When there isn’t enough humidity in the air, it can make your skin feel dry and itchy and even cause respiratory problems. On the other hand, if the air in your house is too humid, it can feel stuffy, making it difficult to cool down your home.
By understanding how humidity and indoor air quality affect your home and taking steps to maintain the right humidity levels, you can enjoy a more comfortable living environment. At Len The Plumber Heating & Air, our team can help you balance your home’s humidity by installing a whole-home humidification system.
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What Are Whole-Home Humidifiers & How Do They Work?
Whole-home humidifiers are designed to control the humidity levels throughout your home rather than just a single room. They are installed directly into your home’s HVAC system and can be controlled through a smart thermostat.
Whole-home humidifiers can be particularly during the winter when indoor air is drier from furnace heat. During the summer, they can also remove excess moisture from the air to decrease the humidity levels in your home and prevent moisture problems, such as mold and mildew.
Benefits of Installing a Whole-Home Humidifier
There are several benefits to installing a humidification system in your home, including:
- Improved comfort: Unbalanced humidity can cause your home to feel warmer or cooler than it actually is. Ensuring your home has 40% to 50% humidity will keep you comfortable.
- Energy savings: Proper humidity levels can also help to reduce your energy costs. If your home is too humid, it can lead you to adjust the thermostat and drive up energy bills.
- Improved indoor air quality: Too much humidity can lead to mold and mildew growth. On the other hand, too little humidity can exasperate respiratory symptoms and allergies. Balanced humidity means you can breathe easier.
Choose Len The Plumber Heating & Air for Whole-Home Humidifier Installation
We’ll ensure your whole-home humidifier is installed correctly and properly integrated into your home’s HVAC system. We’ll ensure your unit is operating at its maximum efficiency and is providing the proper humidity levels your home needs.
When you work with Len The Plumber Heating & Air, our local team never charges surprise fees. You can always trust that we do our job to ensure your peace of mind and comfort.