Humidifiers improve your indoor air quality and overall health when the air is drier during the winter. HVAC Master can install a whole-home humidifier to make you and your family more comfortable.
Winter air is much less humid than in the spring, summer, and fall. Dry air makes you more susceptible to colds and flu because it makes your sinuses less effective. You also notice your hands don’t move as well because your skin is dry, cracked, and tight.
A whole-home humidifier helps lessen these symptoms. Higher humidity in your nose helps maintain your body’s natural defenses against colds and flu. Your skin feels better and more flexible. A whole-home unit maintains ideal humidity levels between 35 and 60 percent, depending on the air temperature and season.
HVAC Master installs whole-home humidifiers alongside your indoor furnace unit. The humidifier takes air coming out of the furnace, adds moisture to it, and then keeps it flowing through ductwork to the rest of your house. The humidifier connects directly to your home’s water supply and obviates the need for a tank.
A whole-home humidifier requires less maintenance than a portable one. Rather than cleaning the filter once per week and filling the tank daily, the unit runs automatically.
Advanced models control humidity levels precisely based on current levels in your home, and they even alert you when they need maintenance. Consider a new thermostat that measures the humidity levels, so you know the unit works properly.
Contact HVAC Master for whole-home humidifier installation in new or existing residences. We also service the units we install to ensure the whole-home humidifier runs at peak efficiency over the years. Contact us for a quote!