It sounded dreadful installing new ventilation and fans, but it sounded even worse to deal with mold damage
There’s been a lot of humidity in my house lately, but I noticed the excess moisture at the beginning of the summer time and then it gradually worsened. I thought the humidity could be combated with my general cooling system, but that hasn’t been the case, but recently, I noticed that the humidity is lingering inside my house and causing moisture to build up on my furniture and windows, but having moisture in the house is a big problem because it can turn to mold and that’s an expensive thing to fix. As soon as I noticed the moisture building up, I contacted a Heating and Air Conditioning professional to come look at my Heating and Air Conditioning system. I told the Heating and Air Conditioning professional that my Heating and Air Conditioning system seemed to be working well, so I wasn’t sure why there was an issue with the humidity, then the Heating and Air Conditioning professional looked around my entire house in order to find the problem and I was shocked by what was causing it. There were no fans or ventilation inside the kitchen or washrooms. I knew this, but I didn’t believe it was a big deal. The Heating and Air Conditioning professional was adamant that this was causing the humidity to build up, every time I cooked or showered, the humidity would build up and there was nowhere for it to escape, unless I had correct ventilation installed, there was no way to eliminate the moisture. It sounded dreadful installing new ventilation and fans, but it sounded even worse to deal with mold damage. Therefore, I contacted a company about installing the device immediately.