Humidifier and Dehumidifiers for better indoor air quality
When air in your home becomes too dry, you likely need a whole house humidifier to prevent moisture from being taken from other areas of the home, such as people, plants, furniture, and even from your pets. The consequences can be harmful, costly, painful and unhealthy.
On the other hand, when air in your home becomes too moist, the air can smell musty and create discomfort, making it feeling “sticky” or “muggy”. Excess moisture can create condensation in the home and encourages the growth of mold and mildew, for which we recommend whole house dehumidifier.
Maintaining the appropriate humidity levels ensures a comfortable home atmosphere for all the people in your home. It also protects elements in your home such as expensive hardwood floors that could be negatively affected if the appropriate air quality solution were not used. Many health professionals recommend humidifiers and dehumidifiers for people who suffer from allergies and asthma.
See below for some of our different Furnace Humidifier options. For more information, give us a call or submit an online request for a quote here (link to request a quote page).
Whole House Humidifier
General Aire Dehumidifiers
For homes with excess humidity in several rooms, a whole house dehumidifier is the best option.
- Treats entire home
- Stand alone or incorporate with furnace
- Model DH70 removes 70 Pints Per Day @ 80° / DBT / 60% RH
- Model DH95 removes 95 Pints Per Day @ 80° / DBT / 60% RH
- Energy Star Rated