Indoor humidity levels fluctuate throughout the year for many reasons.
Furnaces dry out the air in winter, especially since moisture clings to hot air, which rises, taking the humidity with it. Humid air can enter your house through:
Air infiltration: Humid air moves through cracks and gaps in a home’s structure or the front door as we come and go.
Vapor diffusion: Water molecules travel through materials with more moisture to materials with less moisture, like steam from a shower moving through the drywall into a bedroom.
Whether your home has muggy air, dry air, or alternates between the two, imbalanced humidity creates poor indoor air quality. The air quality experts at HELP Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Electric and Drains can install a humidification system so that your home can maintain an ideal humidity range year-round.
Transform the indoor air quality of your home with the uncompromising, personalized service of HELP Heating & Cooling. Call (513) 333-4357 or get in touch with our team online today!
What Are Whole-Home Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers?
You can easily purchase small, portable humidifiers or dehumidifiers in stores or online. However, these single-room appliances don’t have the power to improve indoor air quality throughout your home.
HELP’s advanced approach to humidity control integrates into your HVAC system. Depending on your home’s needs, we can install a whole-home humidifier and/or dehumidifier directly into your air ducts.
Benefits of a Whole-Home Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers
The ideal range of relative humidity for comfort and health is between 40% and 50%. Few homeowners can maintain this range without a quality whole-home humidifier and/or dehumidifier.
Here are just a few of the many and varied benefits of managing indoor humidity levels:
Improved Climate Control
The humidity in the air affects how well your HVAC system can heat or cool because moisture affects heat retention.
Humidity also affects how you experience heat and cold, which is why the weather doesn’t only report the temperature but also the heat index. This is what the temperature actually feels like based on relative humidity.
Better Skin & Hair
Both dry and humid air is bad for your skin’s health, causing sensitivity and irritation.
You’ve likely experienced how dry winter air can cause dehydrated, cracked skin and brittle, staticky hair. Humid summers cause excess sweating and frizzy hair, and your skin becomes more susceptible to breakouts.
Call for Indoor Air Quality HELP & See the Benefits for Yourself
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