I live in a rental home that does not have central a/c.
It’s nearing the end of summer. My associate and I were recently visited by a tropical storm. It surprised us, because this little rural southern town rarely gets awful weather. This town is also not prepared for awful weather. The electric supplier has few employees., plus my pal and I don’t even have a local road crew to remove debris, but luckily, I was rather well prepared when our power went out. I had stocked up on candles, flashlights, batteries, canned food, water plus ice, however what I couldn’t do anything about was the discomfort from the unbearable humidity. I don’t like being tepid as it is, plus my cooling system is my best friend. The temperatures weren’t easily bad, in the low eighties, but, one hundred percent humidity is unbearable to me. It could be seventy degrees outside, but, if it’s easily humid, I will run my a/c. I’m a really active person, always cooking plus cleaning, plus high humidity keeps perspiration from evaporating off of skin. I will get warm in seventy degrees if the humidity is too high. I live in a rental home that does not have central a/c. My associate and I depend on window cooling systems to keep cool in summer time months. Unfortunately, I have yet to find a window cooling system that also has a dehumidifier. When I buy my own home, I will absolutely have a dehumidifier installed on my Heating and Air Conditioning unit, however fortunately, the power was back on the next day, plus the humming of my cooling system was a blessing I was upset to hear.