When people think of high humidity levels, they usually think of hot days that feel even worse because of the muggy air. This is why “a dry heat” is supposed to indicate heat that’s more tolerable. (Dry air brings its own problems, but that’s for another post.)
You can’t do much about high humidity outdoors, but you can control humidity inside your house. There are portable dehumidifiers, but they’re limited in scope and don’t give you precise control over humidity levels. For proper humidity control, you’ll need our professionals to install a whole-house dehumidifier. This is integrated into your existing HVAC system and can be controlled through an upgraded thermostat.