At Vetted HVAC Services, we’re committed to delivering the best customer service possible, and that means we care about the health and wellbeing of all of our customers. Yorkton residents trust Vetted HVAC Services again and again when they need to improve the air quality in their homes.
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Benefits of Humidifier Installation
When the weather is warm, it’s not uncommon for many people to suffer from allergies and respiratory problems. And what’s worse is that often, your air conditioner is responsible for bringing pollution into the house.
A humidifier installation can help make the air in your home better in many ways, including:
- Reduced Risk of Influenza: Some studies suggest that a humidifier reduces the risk of catching influenza because humidity levels above 40 percent neutralize virus particles.
- Improves Coughing: Yes, you read that right. Coughing is sometimes encouraged because it expels germs from the body.
- Stops Skin Dryness: When the air is dry, it means dry skin. A humidifier adds moisture to the air and makes your skin softer, and more supple.
- Reduces Snoring: By moisturizing the air, you can often reduce or eliminate snoring that comes from a dry nose.
- Benefits Plants: If you have plants, they will appreciate the moist air.
Where to Install a Humidifier?
If you’re considering a humidifier, you probably wonder where is the best place to put it. Many people place them in the rooms they occupy most, such as the living room and the bedroom.
Some experts say to put the unit on a stand that raises it up off the floor a few feet, while others suggest installing multiple humidifiers throughout the house for best coverage.
If you’re unsure about where the best place in your home for a humidifier installation is, call the experts at Vetted HVAC Services for assistance.
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What Size Humidifier Do I Get?
Now that you’re convinced you need a humidifier, you must figure out which size to get. The best way to maximize a humidifier’s benefits is to install several throughout the house for the best coverage.
However, if you only want to install a single unit, you can size it according to the room you’re putting it in. Just be sure to resist the urge to always buy the biggest unit you can find, especially if you’re putting it in a small room because it could over-moisturize and cause mould to form.
To find the best size, measure the square footage of the room, and purchase a model according to that number. If you’re still unsure which size to get, call us and let us help.