Summers in Indiana can be absolutely brutal. With how humid and muggy it can get outside, it’s very easy for that humidity to sneak inside your house as well, which is why we want to talk about dehumidification. When that humidity happens, it can be very uncomfortable. Especially when you add daily activities such as cooking, cleaning and bathing, which can add gallons of moisture into your air as well. 

That excessive moisture in the air can not only create an uncomfortable feeling inside, it can warp the wood and do serious damage to your hardwood floors, trim, pianos, and furniture. It also promotes mold and mildew growth, especially in old basements, which leads to unpleasant odors and very unhealthy air. Mold and mildew growth is one of the leading indoor air quality issues people experience today causing serious health issues and loss of quality of life.  

Take control of that inevitable humidity with the help of Masters Heating & Cooling. We carry and install whole-home dehumidifiers that will maintain the proper level of humidity in your keeping your family comfortable. 

AprilAire Whole-House Deumidifiers have been recognized as ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient for 2022. With user-friendly digital controls, AprilAire makes it very simple and easy to set and control the moisture inside your house. Every dehumidifier is designed and manufactured in the United States and is backed with a 5-year warranty. 

Take a look at some of the options we offer:

e80 Humidifier
e100 Hunidifier
e130 Humidifer

We understand your desire to be comfortable in your home, and this is the perfect place to start. Contact a Masters representative today to learn more about which dehumidifier option is best for you.


The optimum level of indoor humidity should be between 34 – 50%. You need a humidistat to read this level. A professional indoor air quality specialist like Masters Heating & Cooling can show you what your level is when they are in your home.

The use of any humidification product is determined by the level of humidification present and level desired. Humidifiers are typically used in the winter to add moisture to dry air. Dehumidifiers are typically used in the spring and summer to take the moisture out of the air when it’s too humid.

Yes. Whole house dehumidifiers are able to serve up to 5,000 square feet.

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