With the proper level of humidity in your home, you will feel more comfortable and breathe easier. You can eliminate that dry eye, nose and throat feeling you have when you wake up in the morning. Humidity also reduces or eliminates static electricity. It protects the investment in your home and your furniture because proper humidity prevents wood from cracking and peeling.
A flow-through humidifier can be easily added to any forced air heating system. The advantage with this type of humidifier is that it provides humidity without breeding or spreading mold or mildew. This is in contrast to the humidifiers that use a reservoir where water can stagnate--a perfect environment for mold and mildew growth. A flow-through humidifier is easy to maintain. It has no moving parts and is designed to operate with no mineral or mold buildup.
The dry indoor heat generated during the winter months can play havoc with all sorts of things within your home or business. Dry skin, dry eyes and those little electric shocks are the first signs that your air is too dry. Insufficient humidity also has more serious effects on your respiratory health and can significantly wear on the life of your furniture, wood floors and walls. The most viable answer for the problem of dry indoor air is a whole house humidifier, which can work directly with your current HVAC system. A whole house humidifier serves to regulate the moisture of the air in your home or business continually, without the need for regular maintenance or replacement that comes with smaller humidifiers.
At Frosty’s Heating and Cooling, Inc., we specialize in whole house humidifier systems and humidifier installation. Our experienced team of technicians will work with you to select and install the ideal humidifying system to bring proper comfort and quality to the air in your home or business.
Benefits of Whole House Humidifiers
Whole house humidifiers have a wide range of benefits that make them the ideal solution for controlling the moisture of the air in your home or office. Unlike smaller humidifiers that work within a single room and require cleaning and replenishing on an almost daily basis, a whole house humidifier only requires an annual service to keep it functioning at it optimum performance level.
Some of the primary benefits of a whole house humidifying system include:
If you’re dealing with a problem with your water heater, don’t worry. Our experienced technicians at Frosty’s Heating and Cooling, Inc. are here to help. We’ll come to your home as soon as possible to diagnose the problem and offer possible solutions. Oftentimes, water heater repairs can be simple and quick, requiring a heating element replacement or other easy repair. But sometimes repairs can be extensive and might warrant full replacement of your water heater. Our technicians will always consult with you about the extent and estimated cost of the repair before going ahead with it, offering you advice and options on whether it makes sense to repair your water heater or whether it might be worth installing a new one. If your water heater is old or inefficient and the cost of repair is high, it is sometimes worth investing in a new unit over continuing to sink money into an old one.
When the air in your home or business is too dry, it can lead to a range of consequences for your health, comfort and building. Some of the primary risks associated with dry air include:
Adding a humidifier system to your home or business can help prevent these issues by regulating the moisture in the air and ensuring the air quality doesn’t become too dry.