It’s not the heat that gets you, it’s the humidity!
We have all heard someone say that at some point, and there is some truth to the sentiment. If the weather is very hot but is also pretty dry, then it really does not feel quite as uncomfortable as it would if the air was very humid. That doesn’t mean that you necessarily need to have a dehumidifier installed in your home, of course, but it is something to be aware of.
We are putting aside the conversation about dehumidifiers for n0w, though. Instead, we want to focus specifically on how humidity affects your air conditioning system. What does the air conditioner do when it is very humid? How does it respond? Can it cause problems? Does it even matter at all?
It’s a lot to cover here, so we do want to get right into it. First, though, let us remind you that we are the professionals to call when you need AC services of any kind, including air conditioning repair in Melbourne, FL.