It won’t be long before we are flipping our thermostats to provide us warmer air and make our homes nice and cozy during the cooler months. And warmer air means drier air that can impact our overall health. You may have never considered monitoring humidity levels in your home, or maybe you’re trying to find just the perfect balance. We’ve talked about the benefits of a whole-home humidifier from reducing the chances of getting sick to helping with your skin. But how do you know which system is the best for you?
If you aren’t familiar, a whole-home humidifier utilizes water directly from your water supply and the water panel only needs to be changed a couple times throughout the heating season. There are more up-front costs to get started, but there is less maintenance, lower energy costs and mold prevention in the long-run.
There are a couple items you’ll need to consider when purchasing a whole-home humidifier.
All homes and families are different. Our experts at Rolf Griffin Service Experts can provide you with a home health report to help you determine which humidifier is best for your home. And our assessment will confirm you are getting the best solution to fit your existing HVAC system. We want to make sure you can rest comfortably during the cooler season and that you have the support you need to maintain proper indoor air quality. Give us a call at 260-557-1275 or visit our online scheduler to make an appointment.
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