Dehumidifiers are home appliances designed to take moisture out of the air of a home or business. For dehumidifiers in Austin, TX look no further than the heating, air, and plumbing experts at Stan’s.
Austin, TX is technically located in a humid subtropical climate. That means that Austin generally has a high humidity level when compared to other areas of the country. Unfortunately, humidity can lead to a number of issues — not only with your home but with the health of you and your loved ones as well. Additionally, an excessively humid home is just plain uncomfortable. With a dehumidifier, you can reduce the amount of humidity in your home to a level that is most comfortable for you and your family.
Did You Know?
Austin, TX has an average annual percentage of humidity of 67%.
Allergens are a common issue for those with allergies who live in the Central Texas area. There are a number of sources of allergens in Austin, that flare up at different times of the year. Allergens can make their way into your home causing the uncomfortable symptoms of allergies to show themselves. With a dehumidifier, you can rest assured that you’ll be able to breathe easily in your Austin, TX home thanks to reduced allergen presence in the air. Turn your home into a sanctuary of clean and fresh air with a dehumidifier from Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing.
Did You Know?
Austin, TX is often rated in the top 5 worst places to live in the US for those with allergies. This is due to Austin’s 3 distinct pollen seasons.
Dust mites are another allergen that can be present in Austin, TX homes year-round. These microscopic-allergy flaring menaces are most commonly found within homes but really thrive in warm and humid conditions. For dust mites, beds, carpet, and other upholstered furniture is a great place to call home. If your home has excessive humidity, dust mites could be hiding just about anywhere in your home. With a dehumidifier from Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing, you can reduce dust mites within a matter of days.
Did You Know?
Dust mites are most comfortable in relative humidity levels of 70%–80%. It’s common for Austin, TX homes with no dehumidifier to be at or around these humidity levels.
Reduced humidity in the home limits the presence of allergens, dust mites, mold, and mildew which can all result in a feeling of diminished health.
Excessive moisture in the home can weaken its structural integrity and allow for the growth of mold and mildew, which can lead to issues like leaks and water damage down the line.
Mold and mildew growth is a direct result of moisture being present in a cool and dark place. Dehumidifiers ensure that your home doesn’t experience mold growth due to humidity.
At Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing, we offer Aprilaire dehumidifiers to help the residents of Austin, TX keep their home cool, comfortable, and free of mold and mildew. We offer two models of Aprilaire dehumidifiers that can handle different levels of humidity. Learn more below:
With the April Aire Model E070, you’re getting a lightweight and effective solution to dehumidifying your home. At only 56 pounds, the E070 is lightweight and is easy to maneuver in tight areas like attics, crawlspaces, and closets. Thanks to a washable filter and plug-and-play parts, the E070 is as low maintenance as dehumidifiers get. Capable of providing dehumidification for homes up to 4,400 feet at a capacity of 70 pints per day (ppd), the Model E070 is perfect for just about any home in Austin.
Recognized by ENERGY STAR as the Most Efficient for 2021 is the April Aire Model E080. With all the benefits of the Model E070, the E080 also offers whisper-quiet performance, ensuring the unit isn’t bothering any residents of the home. All April Aire units include an integrated LCD, as well as intuitive Relative Humidity set points, as well as optional external controls like remote relative humidity monitoring. Just like the Model E070, the E080 is capable of dehumidifying homes of up to 4,400 feet at an upgraded capacity of 80 pints per day (ppd). For April Aire dehumidifiers in Austin, Trust Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing.
Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing has been owned and operated out of Austin, TX for over 65 years. Since then, we’ve become the industry leader in all things heating, air & plumbing in Austin and the rest of Central Texas. In our mission to cover all things interior air-related. We proudly carry a wide array of dehumidifiers from some of the world’s most trusted brands. From installation to set-up, to maintenance and beyond, we’ll support your dehumidifier throughout its entire life cycle. To enjoy more comfortable air in your home, reach out to Austin’s dehumidifier experts today by calling Stan’s, Heating, Air & Plumbing.
“It has been such a pleasure working with Stan’s… They have been very responsive on the phone. It was easy to make an appointment, and the technician showed up within the time scheduled.”
– Michael G.
Give us a call or fill out our online service request form to request an appointment. We’ll reach out to finalize your appointment and schedule a time for a dehumidifier installation expert to arrive at your location.
Our dehumidifier technician will walk you through different models, brands, and other specific details to find the best dehumidifier for you, your family, and your home.
Once the job is complete, we guarantee your full satisfaction. If you are dissatisfied with your dehumidifier, we’ll work to make it right, and if we can’t, we’ll refund your money.
As with any appliance, a dehumidifier will sometimes require maintenance. If you think your dehumidifier has been underperforming, reach out to the team at Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing, and ask about our dehumidifier maintenance services. When a dehumidifier requires maintenance, it’s almost always due to an issue with the fan, coil, or refrigeration system, similar to issues that can be present on an air conditioning unit. If you think your dehumidifier is in need of maintenance, reach out to the team at Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing today.
If your home is noticeably humid and hot, that could be a clear sign that you’re in need of a dehumidifier. There are a few other telltale signs regarding your home that could also be signs that you should consider having a dehumidifier installed:
As a rule of thumb, the ideal humidity levels for a home are anywhere from 45-50%. When relative humidity reaches above 50%, the environment can become one where dust mites, mold spores, bacteria, and other pests may thrive.
Dehumidifiers are categorized by the amount of space they can cover within a home, usually in square feet or by room style (whole house, basement, single room.) At Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing, we work with homeowners to help find the right size dehumidifier for the area of their home they’d like to cover, or for their entire home if they so choose. Don’t worry too much about the kind of dehumidifier you need. When you choose Stan’s — we’ve got you covered.
The energy costs of operating a dehumidifier are largely dependent on the appliance itself, as well as the operating time, and electricity rate of your home. On average, dehumidifiers will add $5 to $30 per month to your energy bill. Ask about our Energy Star-Rated dehumidifier options if you’d like to prioritize low-cost operation.