Indoor Air Quality

What Is A Whole Home Humidifier? And What Does It Do?

A whole home humidifier adds humidity to your homes air by working with your homes heating system.

What Are The Benefits Of Having A Whole Home Humidifier?

  • Comfort

Adding humidity to your home can help with dry itchy skin, remove static shocks, and dryer air makes your home feel colder and by adding moisture to the air will make you feel warmer in lower temperatures.

  • Health

Humidifiers can help avoid colds and flu. Relieve allergy symptoms, loosen congestion, and help with snoring.

  • Home

A humidifier can protect your home from dry air that can damage your furniture, plaster (drywall) , wood floors, paint, and house plants and much more.

  • Energy Savings

A humidifier replaces some of the lost moisture, making the air feel warmer. Humidifiers can save money because you can keep your thermostat on a lower set point when you run a humidifier. So you can set your thermostat lower to save energy on heating during the winter months.

What different types of home humidifiers do we offer?

Bypass Humidifiers

This type of humidifier uses your homes heating system by taking the warm air that comes from your furnace and passes it threw a water panel that is within the humidifier. Which creates warm humid air that then passes through your duct system. Bypass humidifiers do not have a motor and they need the furnace running to operate.

Fan-Powered Humidifiers

Fan-Powered Humidifiers works like a Bypass humidifier. But uses an internal fan. The fan then forces the air across the humidifier panel. Which creates warm humid air into the system. This type of humidifier can produce much more humidity than a bypass can.