Need a whole-house humidifier installation for your home? Our installers can take care of all your needs, walking you through the whole process from start to finish. There are many brands and types of home humidifiers, but all of them connect to your HVAC system to deliver moistened air throughout your home. It is important to have a professional install these systems to ensure the safety and integrity of the air that flows through your home. The professionals at JP’s plumbing and heating understand the importance of safety, have a wide knowledge of the different components of these types of systems, and are well-equipped to help you through the installation process.
Avoid Uncomfortable Conditions and Costly Repairs
A home without properly controlled humidity levels can lead to swelling wood, dust and allergen increase, and overall uncomfortable conditions. A properly installed home humidifier system can safely and efficiently eliminate these dry or humid air conditions in your home, leading to a more comfortable, healthier life for you and your family.
The main function of a whole home humidifier is to add moisture to the air in your home. Unlike a regular humidifier, a home humidifier system is fully integrated into your home's HVAC equipment, always working in the background to maintain just the right amount of moisture in the air to best benefit you and your family.
- Skin and Hair Health- Especially during the winter months, keeping your skin and hair from drying out can reduce cracking, breakage, and other unpleasant symptoms. When heating units are distributing hot, dry air throughout your home to combat the cold, a home humidifier can help you stay at your healthiest.
- Keeping Your Family Healthy- A moist environment can provide countless health benefits, including preventing the spread of influenza, and making a cough more productive when you do catch a cold.
- Reducing Snoring- Many times, dry air can exacerbate problems with snoring, but running a home air humidifier at night can help to ease some symptoms associated with snoring.