We have pretty dry weather here in Denver year-round, but it can be particularly dry during the winter months. This is because there isn’t a lot of humidity in the air when it’s cold, but your indoors may be even drier than the outdoors because of heating. You can’t live without heat, so reducing your heating isn’t the solution. What can be a great solution is adding a whole house humidifier to your heating system, and the experts from Bell Plumbing and Heating are here to help you with this.
You’ve probably seen homes where there’s a humidifier in every room during the winter months. You may have even done this yourself. Individual humidifiers can add a modicum of needed moisture to the air, but not the even amount you need throughout your home as a whole home humidifier can. Besides, do you really want to manage a bunch of small humidifiers on a daily basis? Probably not. And you won’t have to with a whole house solution.
Our pros can install your whole home humidifier so that it becomes a seamless part of your existing heating system. You can set the exact level of humidity you want in your home (the range should be between 30%-50%) right on the component, or you can do it from your thermostat, as long as it has a humidistat. The humidifier will then work autonomously, adding moisture to your air in the form of a cool mist or steam, making sure to maintain the right level of humidity throughout your home.
When your home is too dry, your eyes, nose and throat dry out, the air can’t hold heat and you can sustain damage to your wood products because they dry and splinter. Let our experts help with the installation of a whole house humidifier!