When high humidity levels are left untreated mold, mildew and dust mites begin to grow. These contaminants can trigger asthma attacks, allergies, headaches and breathing problems. Ventilating dehumidifiers help by maintaining safe humidity levels and circulating fresh air throughout a home or building. Research has shown this combination to be an effective solution to reducing allergy and asthma triggers and improving indoor air quality.

Priority Energy's certified building analysts have been in thousands of Chicago area homes have found high humidity to be the most common cause of poor indoor air quality and structural damage. "We recommend moisture control  and mechanical ventilation to all of our clients. With Chicago's extreme weather and today's more tightly built homes, these combination units are needed on a year-round basis, and in addition to air conditioning, to maintain healthy and durable indoor spaces," says Robert Schildgen, owner and CEO.

This video explains how an Ultra-Aire Ventilating Dehumidifier works to remove moisture and bring in fresh air (through a MERV 13 filter), to control humidity levels year-round. The unit can be added to most all HVAC systems by a professional installer. Priority Energy’s experts can provide the correct unit for your home or office and complete the installation.