Humidifiers Heat Things Up

It’s not the heat; it’s the humidity. Humidity levels vary from home to home. Some homes tend to be very humid, others not so much. A whole house humidifier could be a great solution for the latter. Below are some of the benefits you will reap when you have a whole house humidifier installed by the NATE certified technicians at Air Treatment Company.

Many people associate humidity with the growth of mold. While there is some truth to this, a little bit of humidity in the air is actually a good thing. For one, a little bit of moisture in the air is great for the nasal passages and vocals chords. To no surprise, people with asthma and eczema can benefit from a whole house humidifier. Dry air from your furnace can also irritate your skin and eyes. In this case, low humidity levels are to blame. Adding a whole house humidifier to your existing HVAC system will help you and your family stay comfortable at home all year long.

In addition to the health benefits, a humidifier can also protect your furniture. When humidity levels are too low, wood furniture can crack and split. A humidifier will prevent this from happening.

At Air Treatment Company, we offer furnace humidifiers and whole house dehumidifiers. An air humidifier will make the fall and winter months comfortable. If you are interested in having a humidifier installed in your home, give us a call today!

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