TrueDRY™ DR65 Dehumidification System

"Remove 65 pints of moisture per day with this whole-house dehumidifier


Moisture leads to humidity, which leads to being uncomfortable in your own home. Our TrueDRY™ DR65 Dehumidification System can help. It’s a whole-house dehumidifier that can remove up to 65 pints of moisture per day from the air and replaces it with fresh, filtered air. You can dehumidify the whole house or a certain area. Everything about the dehumidifier makes it homeowner-friendly. Unlike portable units, it’s not out in the open. It’s also super quiet and efficient. Maintenance? Minimal. The dehumidifier drains automatically.

  • Removes up to 65 pints of moisture per day
  • Minimal maintenance
  • Increased comfort and energy savings
  • Remove excess moisture from the air, delivering fresh, filtered air in the home
  • Less moisture in the home reduces the strain on your air conditioner and also allows you to set your thermostat higher to run your air conditioner less
  • Can remove moisture evenly throughout the entire home or focus specifically on problem areas that can lead to costly renovations
  • Unlike portable units, Honeywell whole-house dehumidifiers provide unobtrusive, quiet and efficient operation
  • Professional installation"

Filter Changes

"The filters in your HVAC system are the first and most effective measure in protecting your heating and cooling system. Any HVAC specialist or home improvement guru will tell you, change your filters often. Keeping your system in fresh filters will greatly extend its life expectancy and this small bit of preventative maintenance can save you money on repairs down the road, not to mention help keep up the air quality in your home.

Although some products claim to be effective for ninety days or even longer, most industry experts recommend changing your filters every thirty days. In any case, you should inspect your filters regularly, as often as once a week, as the age of your HVAC system and the level of usage will determine how much wear and tear a filter suffers.

You know it is time to change your filters when it is coated in thick dust, usually gray or black. When a filter is clogged up like that, not only is it no longer doing its job, it is decreasing the efficiency of your heating system as the trapped dust absorbs heat. Plus, it also creates a serious fire hazard."


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"Daikin Industries Ltd. (DIL) continues to expand its business here in North America. Daikin North America LLC (DNA), a subsidiary of DIL, recently announced an important alignment with Thermaltech LLC. Thermaltech will become DNA’s representative for variable refrigerant volume (VRV) and light commercial product sales and support in western Pennsylvania, southeastern Ohio, northern West Virginia, and western Maryland. 


Thermaltech is a new mechanical equipment representative serving the western Pennsylvania region. The office headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, began operations on June 1, 2017. Thermaltech is backed by Havtech, a leading HVAC manufacturer's representative in the Maryland, Washington District of Columbia, and northern Virginia markets for over 30 years."

Breathe Easy

"Cleaning your ducts can be a big hassle, and one that can be easy to put off or even forget. For the most part, our air ducts are out of sight and out of mind. Unfortunately, leaving our air ducts unattended can have serious implications for the quality of the air in our home and the health of our families. Not only that, but keeping your ducts and vents clean can also save you money on your energy bills.

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Unless you keep your windows and doors open 24/7, a large percentage of the air in your home has been circulated through your ventilation ducts. This is due, at least in part, to the growing popularity of energy efficient doors and windows and heavier home insulation which prevents any fresh air from entering the home. While the energy savings from these practices is good for both the environment and our wallets, it also means that we are exposed to a greater concentration of airborne dust, debris and organisms that may have built up in the duct work.

Ducts, being dark, moist, temperature controlled environments make for a perfect breeding ground for many types of mold, fungus and bacteria, many of which can harm humans. That means whenever your heating or air conditioning system fires up, along with that rush of comfortable air comes a blast of these organisms, as well as dust and debris which can adversely affect respiration. That is why it is so important to keep your ducts clean."