How An Air Con Installation Can Reduce Humidity
The summer heat can be gruelling to deal with during the hot season as it is, which is made worse by humidity. The term “humidity” refers to the amount of moisture, or water vapor, is in the air. Although humidity does not actually affect temperature, it can make the air feel much warmer than it really is. The reason people can feel so uncomfortable when humidity levels rise is because our bodies try to cool off by perspiring. When your house is humid, the air has more moisture in it, making it more difficult for sweat to evaporate.
When humidity rises, so does peoples’ discomfort, especially for people living in parts of Melbourne that are particularly affected by muggy weather and high temperatures. Most people feel comfortable when the humidity is between 30% and 50%. But when humidity surpasses this percentage, your body will feel warmer.
Control humidity with an air conditioning installation
Fortunately, Everlasting Air are available to help you solve this problem with an air conditioning installation that will help to regulate and reduce humidity. Air conditioners come with an evaporator coil that is designed to condense water vapor from the air. This occurs when hot, moist air in your home comes in contact with the coil. The liquid is then condensed out of the air to eliminate the humidity in your home. The moisture that the evaporator coil collects goes to a drain to be sent outside. When this happens, the coil cools off, and the moisture in the air condenses on the coil, which means there will be less moisture in the air blowing back in your home.
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Everlasting Air are available to travel around Melbourne to perform air conditioning installation work. Contact us today on (03) 9335 2900 to speak with our Tullamarine based technicians.