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Air Humidifier Services in Dayton, IN

Have some of your family members been experiencing unexplained cold- or flu-like symptoms? Are your furniture, flooring, and walls looking worse for wear even though they’re not that old? If so, you may be one of the many Dayton, IN homeowners who are suffering from dry indoor air. It’s a common problem in our area that always seems to get worse during the winter months. Fortunately, it’s not a problem you have to continue dealing with until the weather warms up again. By having a whole-house air humidifier installed, you can take care of the dry air and keep your family more comfortable.

Dayton’s Indoor Air Quality Specialists at Your Service

At Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling, we’re the area’s leading authorities on indoor air quality. We’re here to help resolve your air quality issues with a wide range of possible solutions, such as air filters and air purification systems. We’re also the local air humidifier experts many Dayton residents turn to to keep dry air from causing problems in their homes. If you think inadequate moisture levels may be wreaking havoc on your home and family, feel free to schedule a consultation to find out how we can help solve the issue. In the meantime, read on to learn more about this common problem.

Where Does Dry Air Come From?

Dry air often goes hand-in-hand with cold air. When the air gets colder, it can’t retain moisture as readily as it does when it’s warm. That’s why dry air is so much more common during the winter months. To make matters worse, heating systems can dry out the air even further. Additionally, cold air may be working its way into your home through gaps in the window and door frames or the attic, crawlspace, and other areas. When those factors come together, they can make for a miserable winter.

Is Dry Air a Problem?

The short answer here is yes. Dry air can be a major problem. It’s known to cause a long list of health issues, not the least of which are nosebleeds, sneezing, coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, and eye irritation. It can also cause your skin to dry out. Anyone in your home who suffers from asthma or other respiratory conditions may notice their symptoms get worse when the air is drier.

On top of the health problems, dry air can cause extensive damage to your home. Many building materials require a certain amount of humidity to keep them in their original condition. When the air dries out, it can cause those materials to shrink, leading to gaps in your walls, ceiling, and floors. Extremely low humidity levels may also cause wood flooring, windows, and door frames to warp or separate. Paint can start to bubble, and wallpaper may peel away from the walls. Even your furniture and cabinetry may begin to show signs of wear and damage due to dry air.

How Do Air Humidifiers Solve the Problem?

You may have used portable humidifiers before. You fill their tanks with water and plug them into an electrical outlet. From there, they generate steam that helps moisten the air around them. They can work wonders for coughs and colds, but they’re only effective in a small radius.

Whole-house air humidifiers work similarly, but they’re installed in your home’s ductwork and connected to your plumbing and heating systems. This gives them a constant supply of water, so you don’t have to worry about them running out of steam or constantly refilling a tiny tank. These humidifiers operate while your heating system is running, and they distribute moisture throughout your home to combat the effects of overly dry air.

As a bonus, whole-house humidifiers can further improve your indoor air quality. Moist air doesn’t carry germs, allergens, and certain other contaminants as well as dry air. A humidifier may also help your HVAC system to work more efficiently. 

Summers PHC: Keeping Your Home Safe and Comfortable

Whole-house air humidifiers offer a wide range of benefits. We’re here to help you choose the right air humidifier for your home, and we provide installation, maintenance, and repair services to make sure it always meets your needs. We’re experts in indoor air quality as well as HVAC and plumbing services, so no one in the area is more qualified to install and maintain your air humidifier. 

If you’re interested in bringing all the benefits of a whole-house air humidifier into your home, we’re ready to make it happen. Call us or fill out the form on our website to schedule a service appointment. You’ll be surprised at the difference an air humidifier can make in your home.