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Home Sweet Humidification and Your Health

Dry sinuses, bloody noses, cracked lips and high levels of static electricity are signs of uncomfortable, dry indoor air. The best way to remedy this problem is to install a humidifier within your heating and cooling system. Though there are several different types, a central humidification system saves energy while controlling humidity in your home. It allows the home to operate at a lower temperature without sacrificing home comfort.

A humidifier is generally a device that emits water vapour or steam to increase moisture levels in the air. Aire Serv Heating & Air Conditioning of Caledon-King notes that adding a central humidifier and humidistat will allow you to control when the unit is running and maintain the desired humidity level within your home. Humidifiers can also help ease the unpleasant symptoms of colds or other respiratory conditions such as allergy or asthma flare-ups from unwanted allergens in the air.

Only central humidifiers are recommended and an annual filter change and maintenance is required to keep the humidifier clean and to avoid the build up of mold or bacteria. A dirty humidifier can be dangerous as harmful deposits can grow inside. As with all heating and cooling equipment, consider replacing old humidifiers with a newer unit to conserve on energy use and costs.

Aire Serv’s 24/7 emergency service guarantees your comfort in every season. You can trust them as your preferred heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) company, in the Caledon and King areas for: service, routine maintenance, installation, and/or when updating or repairing any of your heating / cooling system.

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