If you live in a humid area like Florida, your home's humidity levels are likely too high to avoid foundation damage alone. Mold and mildew growth because of the moisture from the air is another easy way to tell that you need humidity control. Surface cracks on your basement or crawl space walls are also indications that there is too much moisture in the air. A condensate buildup can also cause problems because it will likely affect your foundation in some ways, whether with mold or mildew growth or not.
No matter what area you live in, humidity levels that are too high can result in moisture problems that worsen over time. If you want to save time, money, and your home's energy, you need to consider installing humidity control systems. Lowering the humidity in spaces that need to remove moisture from the air is an easy fix. In addition, you can protect your foundation by preventing excess moisture from getting into it. This can save you from extensive repairs and make your home safer for your family.
Even If none of the signs above are present in your home, but you live in a humid area, the chances are high that all it takes is an automatic humidity control system to prevent foundation damage. Our team will help remove excess moisture from your crawl space or basement. The dehumidifiers that Midstate Basement Authorities use are easy to install and only require a small amount of maintenance throughout the year. Simple methods like changing out filters and cleaning parts of the system are necessary to keep our dehumidifiers running.