dog-family-rugThe right humidity level in your home can increase your home’s comfort level and decrease your heating and cooling bills.  In fact, controlling your home’s humidity level is one of the most important elements in maintaining a comfortable living environment.

You can combat the effects of dry air in your home with a whole house humidifier.  Installed directly onto your HVAC system, a whole-house humidifier injects water vapor into your home’s air and distributes it through your ducts and vents.  Unlike portable humidifiers you can find in the local department store, whole house humidifiers monitor the relative humidity in your entire home and produces exactly the right levels of moisture. Another advantage is that the filter only needs replacement about once a year, versus the daily cleaning and disinfecting that portable units often require.

A dehumidifier is essentially the opposite of a humidifier. Instead of regulating the air in your home and infusing water vapor when necessary, a dehumidifier reduces water vapor.  As with the whole house humidifier, a dehumidifier is applied to your home’s HVAC system and ductwork, but the dehumidifier condenses the water vapor in the air, converting it to its liquid form and effectively pulling it out of the air before the air is recycled back into your living space.

To have a humidifier and/or dehumidifier installed in your home, call us today!  Put our experienced technicians’ knowledge to work for you!