Humidifier Services in Chillicothe, OH
Winters here in the Greater Ross County area aren’t merely bone-chilling cold. They also bring arid air conditions to our homes. Without the proper care and moisture in our air, this can wreak havoc on our health and skin and cause damage to our furniture, cabinetry, flooring, and other types of wood in our home.
If you’re interested in improving your home’s indoor air quality by installing a Whole-Home Humidifier, we at Chillicothe Heating & Cooling are the team to call! We’d be happy to help find the right humidifier that works with your existing HVAC system. Schedule Humidifier services today!
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Humidifier Services in Chillicothe, OH
What is a Humidifier?
A humidifier is an Indoor Air Quality product that adds moisture to air in a home or building. They can be used for a single room or throughout an entire home or building. Whole-home humidifiers can be linked with the fan in your furnace, HVAC system, or air handler to blow humidified air throughout the ductwork and into the home.
They can also work independently of your HVAC equipment to maintain humidity levels even when the furnace or air handler isn’t in use as a stand-alone product. Humidifiers are essential in dryer climates, like Ohio’s winter months, when the air dries out in the home to an extent that can aggravate one’s health and even damage the home itself and woodwork inside it. The relative level of humidity should be at least 30% to 35% in the home.
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4 Benefits of Owning a Humidifier
Interested in installing a humidifier into your HVAC system or purchasing a portable humidifier? Learn more about the benefits below:
Reduce the risk of illness
Bacteria and viruses can’t travel as well in moist air. It is possible that using a humidifier might prevent you from catching a bug during the cold season. In any case, dry air can cause a host of health-related problems.
Minimize Static Electricity
With dry winter air, there also comes static electricity in the form of shocks that are almost inevitable in some homes during the winter. No one likes a jarring jolt of a static shock or having their clothing stick to them. It’s not good for your electronics either. Using a humidifier helps lessen, if not eliminate, static electricity in your home during winter.
Lowers heating bill
When and How to Use a Humidifier:
You may want to try a humidifier if your indoor air is dry. Dry air often occurs in the winter months when the heat is on. Adding moisture to the air with the help of a humidifier can relieve cold and allergy symptoms and even nosebleeds and dry skin.
Before operating a humidifier in your home, you should be aware of some of these devices’ risks and safety precautions to avoid adverse health reactions:
Use Distilled Water
Keep your machine clean
Replace filters regularly
Keep interior doors ope
Don’t add too much moisture to a room
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4 Signs of Poor Indoor Air Quality
Not sure if you need to improve the quality of your indoor air? Here's a few tips to determine if you have poor Indoor Air Quality:
If you have dust buildup around your home and the area around air vents, you might have an indoor air quality problem. At the very least, the buildup of pet dander, pollen, dust mites and other particles can be addressed with an air filter upgrade or HEPA filtration system.
Air Distribution Inconsistencies
Mold & Mildew Growth
Mold and mildew growth often come with high relative humidity levels and poor air circulation in the home. A telltale musty smell is often apparent in homes with mold issues, alongside green and black (mold) spots on surfaces, particularly around sinks, tubs, and other areas that are frequently exposed to moisture/water.
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