Moisture Control = Mold Control:
Moisture control is the key to mold control. During cooling periods, outdoor air often contains as much moisture as indoor air, making it harder for an HVAC unit to cool efficiently. Mold can often be controlled in cold climates by increasing interior temperatures. Mold growth can occur in warm climates when temperatures are lowered in buildings with high relative humidity. Maintaining a room at too low a temperature can raise the relative humidity. When desiccant dehumidification is used in conjunction with a cooling system dampness is removed from the environment independent of the temperatures.
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