Humidity is the amount of water in the air. People often see it as a nuisance, but a certain amount of humidity is necessary for comfort. If your home is dry, you might feel cold no matter how much you turn up your thermostat. Whole house humidifiers can solve this problem.
Besides being uncomfortable, typically in the winter when the air is dryer, dry air can cause many problems to you and your home. Low humidity causes health problems, including bloody noses and increased infections. It can also cause damage to your floors and higher energy costs.
Whole house humidifiers put water vapor directly into your ductwork. The humidity then flows evenly throughout your entire home, rather than the one-room solutions portable units provide. Using whole home humidifiers gives you more control over the percentage of humidity. They do not require maintenance very often, and they save you money.
To get a whole house humidifier installed or maintained, call American Air.