As the spring and summer months come back around, you'll notice increased humidity levels. But can humidity affect how well your air conditioner works?
Humidity Damage
Here's what you need to know about humidity and how it impacts your air conditioning and HVAC system.
How Humidity Affects Air Conditioning
It is normal for humidity levels to fluctuate from day to day, and you may notice that the humidity levels in your home will fluctuate as well. Be aware that having too much or too little humidity in the home can have a negative impact, though.
Humidity in the Home
The proper range for humidity range for a home is between 35 to 50 percent. If the humidity levels are too low, they can make you sick and cause sinus issues. If the levels are too high, it promotes the growth of mold. A humidifier is a good tool to keep the humidity right in your home. A HVAC Professional can help you get a humidifier.

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