Why doesn’t your AC Unit Run Well with High Humidity, and is there a “Practical Solution”?

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Temperatures in the triple digits in Mesa, Arizona today, what’s the difference? HUMIDITY!. The Humidity is 18% today in Mesa, AZ according to weather.com, with a 10 day forecast predicting even higher Humidity of 33% by Tuesday night on the 12th.

What does this mean for your AC Unit?

When the humidity is high, and you have your AC at your normal comfort levels. Yet your AC just doesn’t seem to be cooling or working properly. You should know that when more water (h2o) is in the air “Humidity”, your AC Unit may be running longer than normal as well as working harder than normal to adjust to Air to Condition it to your temperature of choice. This means that the conditions of high humidity make the AC unit work harder.

Does this Humidity affect the AC unit and the Temperature of the house or building you are trying to cool?

The Unit must condense water out of the air before it sends it into your home or office building you are climate controlling. So, with more water in the air (high humidity), a potential for stray showers or thunderstorm is possible by Tuesday the 12th. Expect your AC unit to be running longer, working harder, and temperatures in your home or building to seem off unfortunately.

What is the solution?

Well, that’s not an easy question to answer. There is no real practical solution unfortunately, not of yet as of least.

However, we have a solution to reduce the infiltration of the water into the space of the home or building of which you’re cooling. In order to reduce the humidity and to gain more control over the air temperature of your home. To start we suggest having your home Attic Air sealed from your home, adding insulation can help, having your duct work sealed at the connection of the flex, and the registers as well as the registers sealed properly. We are a SRP and APS Qualified Home Performance Contractor and We handle all work in house. Questions? Call our office at 480-988-0098.

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