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Residential Humidifier Services in Wilmington, OH

When the weather becomes extremely cold outside and our heating systems are running full time, the air in our home usually becomes very dry. Those few exceptions of homes that don’t dry out include those that use humidifiers. Wilmington Heating & Cooling offers Southwest Ohio area homeowners a wide selection of humidification services, including whole-home humidifiers. We perform both humidifier installation and repairs to humidifiers.

Dry air conditions in general can dry out and warp our cabinetry, furniture, flooring and other types of woodwork and wood trim. If you’ve ever noticed the shock of static electricity during the wintertime in your home, this is a sure sign of low levels of humidity. If you experience anything like this, call us today so we can address it and help. Best of all, managing your humidity levels during the winter is actually good for your home heating equipment. Humidifiers help home heating systems do their job easier because moisture holds heat.

What is a Humidifier?

Residential humidifiers are devices and appliances that add moisture to the air in a home to keep it from drying out and causing problems. Humidifiers work for single rooms, small areas, or for entire homes or buildings. Whole-home humidifiers function alongside existing HVAC equipment to add humidified air to a home’s outgoing air before it travels into the ductwork and is transported throughout the home. Depending on the type, humidifiers can also work independently of your HVAC equipment to maintain humidity levels even when the furnace or air handler isn’t in use as a stand-alone product.

Because of our commitment to customer comfort and air quality, we offer Whole-Home Humidifier Installation for Wilmington, OH area homeowners! Improve your indoor air quality today by claiming this deal. We carry trusted names such as Honeywell, and more!

Benefits of Humidifier Installation

Learn how a humidifier can work to keep both add moisture to the air and make your indoor air healthy and pure:

Prevents Morning Sore Throat

When the air is extremely dry, it can affect your vocal cords. Dry air can leave you with a dry, scratchy throat in the morning. Keeping the air moist and maintaining humidity levels during the winter helps provide relief to your vocal cords, especially while you sleep.

More Comfortable Sinuses

Have you ever woken in bed during the winter with a dry nose that felt stiff from your home’s air supply? Even if you don’t have a cold or illness, winter weather and its dry air affect our sinuses, which can lower your immunity to airborne bacteria and other germs. More moisture in the air means more comfortable sinuses.

Reduce Static Electricity

With dryer air, there also arise issues with static electricity in the form of shocks that are almost inevitable in some homes during the winter. No one likes a jarring jolt of a static shock or having to deal with their clothing sticking to them. It’s not good for your electronics either. Using a humidifier helps reduce, if not remove, static electricity from your home during the wintertime.

Healthier Pet & Plant Life

We aren’t the only ones affected by winter’s dry air. Our pets and plants living in the home are affected as well. Plant leaves begin to look droopy and the soil seems dryer than normal. Pets, depending on the type, are affected in other ways. Humidifiers help keep you and your pets and plants healthy.

Humidifier Installation At Your Fingertips

If the air in your home is too dry during the cold months, you should consider installing a residential humidification system to add moisture to your air supply. Wilmington Heating & Cooling sells and installs the best humidifiers on the market to help homeowners optimize their home heating system in the winter and relieve dry air and low humidity issues such as wood damage, chapped lips, dry skin, flu symptoms, and allergy and asthma flare-ups. We carry central humidifiers, evaporator humidifiers, impeller humidifiers, steam vaporizers, ultrasonic humidifiers, and more from trusted names in the industry, such as Honeywell.

General Humidifier FAQ

What is a good level of humidity to maintain?

Our home comfort experts say homeowners should maintain a relative humidity level between 30 and 50%. Some even say this level is better, between 40 and 50%. Humidity levels of more than 50 percent create a breeding ground for bacteria, dust mites, mold, and other pests. Humidity levels that are less than 30 percent increase the risk of flu viruses and the cold, among other illnesses. Ultimately, high levels can create uncomfortable respiratory symptoms.

What size humidifier do I need?

The size of the humidifier you should use will depend on several factors. Mainly, you want to consider the square footage area you would like to humidify. Most humidifier manufacturers offer the square footage coverage range with their product’s specifications. If you’re looking for humidity control for your whole house to protect wood and create a more comfortable environment that costs less to heat, give us a call or see our whole-home humidifier special offer.

How much maintenance do humidifiers need?

If you’re looking for a humidifier that requires the least amount of work, you should consider a whole-house humidifier or a whole-home humidifier. These units are hardwired into your system and connected to your plumbing. Portable humidifiers, however, need a lot of maintenance that includes cleaning it and regularly filling the reservoir.

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