Central Humidifier Installation in Detroit
Balance Humidity Levels During Heating Season
Winter temperatures can send humidity levels in the air tumbling to dangerously low levels. Dry winter air can be responsible for everything from dry, cracked skin to watery eyes, sneezing, nose bleeds, coughing, and plenty of other health effects. Of course, you don’t want to have to suffer from these things in the comfort of your own home as well, and we at Cregger Plumbing, Heating and Cooling don’t think you should have to, either.
We offer a wide range of humidifiers that can help you carefully and precisely control your indoor humidity levels. Some of these products work directly with your existing HVAC equipment, while others are independent and can be set to operate without the need to turn on your furnace. If dry air is a real problem in your home during the winter, reach out to our indoor air quality experts and we’ll help you solve this problem!
Call (248) 560-7780 today for more information on central humidifier installation. Based in Ferndale, we serve homes throughout the Detroit metro area.
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What Is A Central Humidifier?
A central humidifier is a system that helps to add moisture to the air in your home, helping you to feel more comfortable and reducing dryness and irritation. This type of humidifier is typically installed as part of a central heating and cooling system, utilizing an existing ductwork system to distribute moisture throughout your house.
There are several different types of central humidifiers available, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. One popular option is a steam-based central humidifier, which adds steam directly into the ductwork using a special vaporizer unit connected to the main heating system. Another common type is an evaporative or fan-assisted central humidifier, which uses fans to draw moistened air from water reservoirs into the ducts.
The Benefits of Installing a Central Humidifier
- Humidifiers may help you to avoid cold and flu symptoms by combating dry air
- Humidifiers may help prevent your nasal cavities from drying out
- Humidifiers may reduce snoring by easing dry airways
- Humidifiers may help to clear nasal passages and help with asthma or allergies
- Humidifiers may help alleviate an itchy scalp
- Humidifiers may help to keep your skin moisturized and prevent it from drying out
- Humidifiers may help prevent bloody noses by clearing nasal passages
If you are interested in learning more about the great benefits of installing a humidifier in your Detroit-area home, contact us today! Our team of indoor air quality experts has years of experience and is available to answer any questions that you may have.
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