Improve your indoor comfort and air quality with a whole-house humidifier. Call Bell Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical today to schedule installation in Denver or surrounding areas.
No matter your issue, give us a call to discuss your particular needs. We will help you develop an indoor air quality solution that works for your household.
While excess humidity in the home can create issues with mold and lower your comfort level, too little humidity can result in a different set of problems.
The effects of low indoor humidity can cause allergies to flare up, itchy or dry skin, nose bleeds, and a higher chance of catching a cold or the flu. Low humidity levels can also cause warping in wooden furniture or flooring.
Humidifiers are an essential part of homes in arid environments like Colorado. Bell Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical provides whole-house humidifier installation for residents throughout the Metro Denver area. We also carry out humidifier repair and maintenance services.
When installed correctly, whole-home humidifiers can help improve your overall comfort. The system is set up next to your heat pump or furnace and connected to your existing ductwork. Air from the return vents absorbs steam in the humidifier and is then distributed throughout your home.
A separate thermostat allows you to control the humidity level. Indoor humidity should ideally be between 30–40 percent. This is enough to prevent problems with mold and condensation while providing you with the right amount of indoor comfort. Many homeowners experiment with different humidity levels until they discover a setting that works best.
There are three types of humidifiers available. The experts at Bell Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical will help you choose the product that best meets your household’s needs.
Bypass humidifiers—These are entry-level units ideal for customers on a budget. Bypass humidifiers often require additional ductwork and more frequent maintenance. Cleaning is recommended every month, or every few months.
Fan-powered humidifiers—Unlike bypass humidifiers, fan-powered units don’t require extra ductwork. A fan is used instead to direct air into the humidifier. These units typically need cleaning once a year and are much easier to maintain compared to bypass systems.
Steam humidifiers—Looking for a top-of-the-line humidifier? Steam units offer the highest efficiency. These systems run separately from your furnace and produce steam by boiling water. Steam humidifiers require annual maintenance, which involves inspecting the unit for scaling.
Bell Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical offers quality products from the brands you trust. We will assess your particular needs and recommend the right type of humidifier for your home.
Our licensed HVAC contractors will make sure your new system is installed correctly. Every job is carried out with your safety and comfort in mind. We are committed to providing the best indoor air quality solutions throughout the Denver area so you can enjoy total indoor comfort year-round!