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Do you hate that hot and sticky feeling that you get in the middle of a hot summer afternoon? When your clothes begin to stick to your skin, you can feel even more uncomfortable than you already did. That feeling can be attributed to humidity, the amount of moisture that the air is holding onto at its given temperature. On the warmest day of the year, humidity has an annoying way of making things feel even hotter. However, you can forget about your humidity woes by allowing your air conditioner to help.

Your hardest-working appliance can pull double-duty as it cools down your house and removes the moisture from the air. Find out more about how it all works in the detailed breakdown below!

Hot air holds more moisture

Have you ever noticed that the humidity bothers you far more in the summertime than it does in the winter? This has a lot to do with what the air can bring with it when it reaches higher temperatures. Warm air often has a lot more moisture mixed in with the air particles, but that isn’t all there is to it. The water that is present in the air has more energy at the high temperatures of summer which makes it less likely to condense and break the heat.

Because the water is less likely to condense, homeowners have to come up with a way to get rid of the water in the air. Otherwise, this water can float around them and make them very uncomfortable for the rest of the season. Your air conditioner can definitely help to force those water molecules back into liquid form.

The AC unit helps to condense water droplets

We already know that water droplets are less likely to condense, but now it’s time to find out what you can do about it. Most air conditioning units work roughly the same way. They draw the warm air out of the house and pass it over the evaporator coils. The coils are extremely cold in comparison to the hot air that is pulled from the home. When the moist air meets the cold coils, it forces it to start moving into condensation.

Now that the water has been removed from the hot air, the freshly-chilled air can return with far less humidity. You can allow your air conditioner to run this way all day to keep a handle on your overall humidity levels.

What if your air conditioner isn’t enough?

Sometimes, your air conditioner won’t be strong enough to pull all of the humidity out of the air. You could always supplement this process with a dehumidifier. This tool’s sole purpose is to remove the humidity from the air.

You can help your home to feel much cooler by running the air conditioner and allowing it to pull the humidity from your home. Give our experienced technicians a call if you encounter any issues with your unit during these hot summer months. Classic Air Conditioning and Heating Boerne can help you install a dehumidifier or work out any kinks with your old unit!

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Karrie Mikle
Karrie Mikle
2022-05-06
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Everyone I have dealt with at Classic over the last several years always go the extra mile with customer service. Reliable, pleasant and knowledgeable team - especially JOEY SCALA!
Sarah Rogers
Sarah Rogers
2022-05-03
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Eddie, Isaac and saul did amazing work, talked to me about everything, and made sure they installed my new ac properly. Thank yall so much!
CHERYL SCHILLINGS
CHERYL SCHILLINGS
2022-04-18
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William Bragg
William Bragg
2022-04-08
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We've been using Classic Air Conditioning & Heating Services for the past five years to include Installation of new units (flawless by the way), bi-annual check-ups that are scheduled and carried out without a second thought on my part, and in emergencies (backed up drain in the bathroom with a response time in under 24 hours to troubleshoot the problem). Their technicians are master's at their craft, personable, and cut to the chase on his service calls. I never feel like I'm being given the run around or a sales pitch with this company. Today, Mitchell Wesch went above and beyond walking us through what was happening and provided a multitude of options and expected timelines for future repairs. Once again, a great example of exemplary customer service. He was able to troubleshoot the problem with zero delay. We're ready for the Texas summer, and are already looking forward to the next scheduled service call. Thank you Classic Services for keeping our home healthy and happy.
Sondra Von Gyllenband
Sondra Von Gyllenband
2022-04-08
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These folks are kind and helpful. They will above and beyond to assist. They make sure what needs to be done is done. Sondra
Lexie Gillotti
Lexie Gillotti
2022-04-06
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Theresa did an amazing job! She informed me about everything she was doing and took extra pictures so I could have them for my record. She was quick but still answered all my questions. She definitely saved the day when my condensor froze over on the coldest day of the year, leaving my family in the cold. She was out at my house within the hour and had everything fixed in minutes.
MARIE ORTEGA
MARIE ORTEGA
2022-03-29
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Very professional presentation and very very quick arrival day Same Day to our needs much better than anyone in San Antonio, very disappointed with services from San Antonio. Importantly corrected our problem in same day. Took their time and gave advice and great great pricing. Won’t go anywhere else. Will always consider local businesses instead.
Jeffrey Fields
Jeffrey Fields
2022-03-26
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Jan Smith
2022-03-10
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Stephanie Corona
Stephanie Corona
2022-02-23
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Well, once again, Classic comes to the rescue. I am on their yearly maintenance plan and yesterday Nate showed up for a late afternoon service call. Nate was professional, friendly and knowledgeable. This company never ceases to impress me. From the person that answers the phone to the people that come out to help. ALWAYS on time, responsive and caring. GREAT JOB NATE!!!

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