If you or your family suffers from chapped lips and allergies throughout the New Jersey winters, consider installing a whole-house humidifier from the pros at Air Professionals. Running your furnace to keep you warm actually dries out the air in your home—leading to common winter ailments such as dry skin and those painful static shocks.
Keep reading to learn the benefits of whole-house humidifier installation in your New Jersey home or call us today at 908-751-1011 to request an estimate.
When the idea of installing a humidifier comes up, many homeowners picture themselves buying a portable humidifier—the typical model from big box stores that let you plug them into any conventional outlet. The downside of these portable humidifiers is that you need to monitor them, constantly adding water and adjusting the levels depending on the humidity levels in your home. They also contribute to more comfortable moisture levels in only one or two rooms at a time.
In contrast, whole-house humidifiers are incorporated into your HVAC system—whether that is a furnace or a heat pump. They are “install it and forget it” systems and draw water directly from your water supply. They require virtually no maintenance and you don’t have to worry about whether you left it running in your family room or about the kids spilling the water while trying to refill the tank.
Every home indoor air situation is different, but we believe that just about every homeowner in New Jersey could benefit from humidity control for their indoor air—and installing a whole-house humidifier can help with that!
Did you know that the right humidity control in your home could actually help reduce your energy bills? Humid air feels warmer, so installing a whole-home humidifier to keep your home at the optimum humidity level allows you to lower the temperature on your thermostat in the winter and still feel warm. Even lowering your thermostat’s temperature by a few degrees can save you hundreds on heating costs each season.
In addition, the process of heating your home often produces dry and uncomfortable air. Dry air can lead to chapped lips and dry skin and can also irritate asthma, allergies, and other respiratory conditions. A humidifier regulates and controls the humidity in your home to minimize these irritations and allows your family to live with more comfortable and better quality indoor air.
In addition to saving money and increasing home comfort, installing a humidifier in your New Jersey home can:
Are you looking to increase the comfort of your home? Then installing a whole-home humidifier may be the solution for you. Call us today to speak with one of our HVAC technicians—they will be able to understand your home comfort needs and recommend a humidifier system that will improve your home comfort year round.
Contact Air Professionals online today or call us at 908-751-1011 for more information on how to increase your home’s comfort with a humidifier.
We install, repair, replace, and inspect humidifiers throughout New Jersey, including:
Hunterdon County: Annandale, Asbury, Bloomsbury, Califon, Clinton, Flemington, Frenchtown, Glen Gardner, Hampton, High Bridge, Lambertville, Lebanon, Milford, Pittstown, Ringoes, Stockton, Three Bridges, and Whitehouse Station
Somerset County: Basking Ridge, Bedminster, Belle Mead, Bernardsville, Bound Brook, Branchburg, Bridgewater, Far Hills, Franklin Park, Gladstone, Green Brook, Hillsborough, Kingston, Martinsville, Millstone, Montgomery, Neshanic Station, North Plainfield, Peapack, Raritan, Rocky Hill, Skillman, Somerset, Somerville, South Bound Brook, and Warren
Mercer County: East Windsor, Ewing, Hamilton Township, Hopewell Township, Lawrence Township, Mercerville, Robbinsville, and West Windsor Township
Middlesex County: East Brunswick, Kendall Park, New Brunswick, Highland Park, Plainsboro Township, South Brunswick, and South Plainfield
Warren County: Alpha, Greenwich, Lopatcong Township, Phillipsburg, and Pohatcong Township