There are many ways to control the moisture in your home:
Covering the dirt in crawl space with plastic to prevent moisture from coming in from the ground. Ensure the crawl space is well ventilated throughout.
Use dehumidifiers and air conditioners to reduce moisture in the air and ensure they are well maintained so they aren’t the sources of biological pollutant growth.
Use exhaust fans in bathrooms and kitchens to remove moisture to the outside of your home. Ensure your dryer vent is also lead outdoors.
Fix any leaks that may be around the home. Ensure the water flow is running away from the home and that the house is waterproof.
Ensure that any carpet that is sitting on concrete floor isn’t absorbing moisture. Using area rugs should be considered to prevent this issue.
Moisture problems have a lot to do with particular climates and their solutions can differ.
Maintain, inspect, and clean your home comfort systems such as furnaces, heat pumps, and central air conditioners by professionals regularly, Change filters as recommended by manufacturers.