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What Is Involved in Whole-Home Humidifier Installation and Maintenance?
Thursday, January 14, 2016
Whole-Home Humidifier

Are accessories and upgrades like humidifiers worth the trouble of installation?

Some of the best accessories/upgrades for your home don’t involve fancy countertops and new couches. Sometimes the best thing you can do to make your home more comfortable is to add a whole-home humidifier. It’s easy to add, easy to use, and can make a huge difference in how your house feels. Read on to see how and why.

The Benefits of a Whole-Home Humidifier

As the temperatures outside get cooler, the air also gets drier, and the air in our houses is the driest of all because we have the warm air from our heating systems that continue to decrease the amount of moisture. Combatting this is pretty simple with a whole-home humidifier. But it’s not just about beating the static; there are other benefits including improved health, more comfortable house, and increased energy efficiency.

Installation and Maintenance Are Easier than You Think

A whole-home humidifier works in conjunction with your current system. When air is heated by your HVAC system, it passes through a pad in the humidifier that is saturated with water. The air grabs the moisture as it passes through the wet pad and circulates it throughout your home. A certified HVAC technician can install a humidifier in your home at your convenience. You don’t have to do a thing.

As far as maintaining your humidifier, all you have to do is replace the filter regularly. Regular cleaning is also a good idea to keep it in good working order. A maintenance plan can ensure your system is cleaned and serviced on a regular basis.

’Tis the season for bumping up the humidity, the comfort factor, and the energy efficiency in your home. For all the information you need on accessories/upgrades, including a whole-home humidifier, contact the team at All City Heat and Air.

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