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Dayton, OH Humidifiers & Humidifier Services by Home Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.
High humidity levels are not hard to detect. They make your skin feel clammy and cause constant perspiration as the body attempts to cool itself down, often with mixed results. While humidity is often an issue for homeowners during the summer, it’s easily detectable. However, low humidity is just as problematic, and it can leave you equally uncomfortable during the winter months, when humidity is at its yearly low. In order to remediate the situation and to optimize your humidity level, you may find it necessary to install a whole house humidifier within your HVAC system.
These are highly effective, efficient and low–maintenance units that are integrated directly within your ductwork so that they work as long as your HVAC system is on. We offer comprehensive humidifier services throughout the Dayton, Ohio area, including the installation of new quality equipment as well as the replacement of old units that no longer work effectively. We can also repair and maintain your humidifier if it fails to work correctly. Our trained and certified indoor air quality specialists are ready to undertake your project. We work with homes and budgets of all sizes, and we can help you to eliminate the short and long term effects of low humidity. Call now for assistance or to learn more about humidifiers.
Home Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. offers quality humidifiers and humidifier services in Dayton, OH and the surrounding areas.
Signs that You May Need a Humidifier
Low humidity is a problem in need of a solution, but it can be hard to detect. One of the major signs that you have low humidity is the various effects that it can have on your body. During the winter, we’re all accustomed to dealing with dry skin, whether we work with our hands all day or sit in an office, but it’s important to make sure that the problem is kept under control. Dry skin as well as a dry skin scalp can cause serious discomfort during the course of a winter indoors.
Another common consequence of low humidity levels is the long–term damage it can do to wooden furnishings. The dry air saps wood of its moisture content, which can lead to the splitting and cracking of wooden flooring, furniture and especially musical instruments such as pianos. A humidifier can alleviate such issues to make sure that your indoor is optimized.
Why Buy a Whole House Humidifier?
During the winter, an optimized relative humidity is anywhere between 25 and 40%. This gives you a bit of leeway, but it’s not easy to maintain excellent indoor air quality with a portable humidifier. Not only do they need to be constantly maintained, but they also need to be shuffled around from room to room in order to affect your entire indoor space, and even then, the results may be lacking.
A whole house humidifier delivers effective humidity optimization without you having to lift a finger. You’ll be able to control your relative humidity just as you would your temperature, and you can fine–tune it according to your own preferences. These systems require very little maintenance, and we can find the best humidifier for your needs.