Do You Need a Whole-Home Humidifier?
Living in the Midwest we deal with very dry air in the winter. We may think that just comes with the territory but you don't have to breathe dry air in your home and in fact, you shouldn't.
Signs you may need a whole-home humidifier:
You experience cold symptoms all winter long. Always have a sore throat, dry eyes, runny or bloody nose.
You deal with dry, flaky, or itchy skin and scalp.
Your house never feels warm no matter what the thermostat is set at.
The wood finishes in your home are drying out and wearing quickly.
You are always getting shocked from static electricity in your home.
Benefits of a Whole-Home Humidifier
Whole-home humidifiers are installed in the ducts near your HVAC system. Moisture is added to the air as it is pumped through the vents throughout your home.
Whole-home humidifiers are connected directly to your water supply, so there’s no need to continually fill that cumbersome reservoir.
Our contractor-grade canister will keep mold and mildew from growing and becoming airborne unlike portable humidifiers.
Works in conjunction with your HVAC system to only run when it’s running, saving energy and conserving water.
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Our whole-home humidification systems are backed by our contractor-grade warranty for parts!
Using a humidifier will help your wood floors and furniture last for ages.
Humid air reduces the movement of airborne particles, meaning less dust and allergens, as
well as the movement of
viruses and bacteria.
Humid air feels warmer so you can comfortably set your thermostat 2-3 degrees cooler, along with reducing static electricity and helping prevent itchy skin, chapped lips and dry throat!