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Ask the expert: **Attention all readers!!!! If you have a plumbing or heating question, please call our office! We may use your question in the paper! ** Q Hello! During the summer, when my air conditioner was running a lot, my home still felt “damp”. Now that I shut my AC off, the house seems more comfortable and not damp. What would cause this and can I do something to get rid of the dampness? - Barry - A During the summer months, in this area, it tends to be quite humid, even when the AC is on. It may not run long enough to remove enough moisture to feel comfortable and dry. Oftentimes, when we have hot and humid days, our AC units are sized for 95 degree temps as “worst case scenario”. A couple of things that can help with this humidity dampness are: 1) make sure you have a properly sized AC system. 2) install a two-stage AC system 3) install a whole house dehumidifier. Hope this helped answer your question and we wish you a warm, cozy and comfortable winter Barry. Please call if you need any heating or cooling help or know someone who does! Dan Miller, VP / HVAC Division Manager 262-989-1001 wisconsinmechanicalservice.com

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