When spring arrived, I had to make my list of all the things I had to complete before summer.
Along with all the typical spring-cleaning chores, I put a few extra things on my list.
At the top of that list was to add a dehumidifier to my HVAC system. Even though my air conditioning unit has a dehumidifier built in, my home is still humid. I do a lot of cooking at home, which adds humidity. I never noticed a lot of humidity change, even though the air conditioning was running from the time the temperatures got into the eighties. I always had the thermostat set at seventy-two, so the AC was coming on late in the spring. Being a baker, I had to make sure my humidity levels were low, and the AC unit did not do the job. I wanted to add a dehumidifier so I could also set the amount of humidity I wanted in my bakry. I called the HVAC company and requested they send out a technician to service my air conditioning unit. I also asked for him to bring along the information they have on dehumidifiers. They gave me the appointment date and time, even before I hung up. When the HVAC tech showed up, he handed me the written information he had brough along and told me I could peruse it while he was doing the service. By the time he was finished with the AC unit, I had chosen a dehumidifier and a thermostat that would allow me to set the humidity levels along with the temperature I preferred. I was now set for summer.