My husband and I had to move to a Southern state, when he was deployed to a different place. Both of us knew the heat would be relentless, but neither of us were easily prepared for the amount of humidity Outdoors. We rented an old Victorian Cottage a few miles away from the base, and easily found a few places to do our local shopping. The Victorian Cottage was chilly, but there was a lot of humidity in the house. It made everything feel very clammy, and there was easily some moisture building up on the inside of the surfaces of our dilapidated Victorian Cottage. My hubby and I easily decided to do something about the indoor air quality, and he called a friend who was handy with heating, ventilation, and A/C equipment. Our friend looked through our heating, ventilation, and A/C equipment, but found the problem to be more with the indoor atmosphere. Our A/C equipment was working perfectly, but there was an excess amount of moisture in the air. Our friend suggested we easily purchase a dehumidifier to place in our Victorian Cottage. We had no idea that the Victorian Cottage needed a dehumidifier, but it seemed to make a lot of sense. My husband and I made our way to the hardware store at the end of the street, and look for our choices on dehumidifiers. They had a lot of smaller systems that can be set up anywhere, and they also had some systems that could be equipped to your heating, ventilation, and A/C equipment. It was a little more work than we knew how to take, so we decided to hire a professional to help.