What is the purpose of an HVAC humidifier?

Being comfortable in your home with efficient and reliable heating and cooling system is important.  Dry skin, cracked lips, breathing problems, or a consistent bloody nose may indicate that your home needs much more humidity. Installing a whole-home HVAC humidifier connected to your furnace is the solution to these issues. The relative humidity in Kansas and Missouri in the winter is low, and adding an HVAC humidifier can raise the humidity in the house, resulting in a more comfortable environment.

A humidifier works to put the right amount of moisture into the air during colder months when the air lacks sufficient moisture. When the weather gets colder, you may notice your hands getting chapped, and your lips need more balm than they did just a few weeks ago. Those issues are indications that there is a lack of moisture in the air.

Why do I need a humidifier in my home?

What is purpose of an HVAC humidifier? Comfort. Westerhouse Heating and Cooling

In addition to your comfort, an HVAC humidifier can also ensure your collectibles and wood furniture and floors are in an environment that won’t dry out. Do you notice the wood floors seem to be shrinking? This is a sign your home needs moisture. Antiques and collectible books will also benefit from a proper amount of humidity. When children are sick with colds, caregivers use a portable humidifier to ease sickness symptoms. A whole-home humidifier works in much the same way. In some instances, a good humidification system can help with snoring!

Install an HVAC Humidifier

We want the best humidification system we can find for our customers. The brand we install is the Aprilaire. It is one of the best brands today, delivering 50% more humidity than other brands.

An HVAC humidifier is attached to the ductwork close to the furnace and a water line. A qualified technician will supply power and water to the humidifying equipment and 24-volt power.

Call or contact us today to discuss your office or home humidification needs today.