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Whole-House Humidity Control | Whole-House Humidifier

Controlling Home Humidity is Vital to Your Comfort & Indoor Air Quality.

Too much humidity is a bad thing, right? After all, it creates and promotes an environment where bacteria, mold, various fungi and dust mites Whole-House Humidity Controlnot only grow, but flourish!

On the other hand, dry air causes its own share of problems. In fact, excessively dry indoor air can make you more vulnerable to harmful viruses and respiratory ailments.

So what’s the answer? A whole-house humidity control system that enables you to maintain proper levels of relative humidity while enhancing the quality of your indoor air.

Benefits of Humidity Control

If your central AC system is older and less efficient than it was in its prime, it’s probably become less effective at removing humidity while cooling your home.  That problem can be rectified with a whole-house humidifier.  By contrast, forced air heating systems tend to cause dry indoor air, thus resulting in more problems with your allergies, bloody noses, dry skin, itchy eyes, static electric shock, and other problems.  What’s the answer?  A whole-house de-humidifier.

Whichever type of humidity control system you might need, you can count on Furnace Doctors to properly size and install it.  Once installation is completed, you can set and change the humidity settings at will for your family’s added comfort, cleaner indoor air, and lower utility bills.

Whole-House Humidity Control 2Recommended Humidity Levels

The recommended relative humidity level for a home is between 35% and 45%.  That provides just the right amount of moisture without the air becoming too wet (which could cause damage to your home).

To learn more or obtain a free quote on how to better manage humidity levels in your home, contact Furnace Doctors today.