Homes today are built tight to keep out moisture and drafts. That’s a good thing in most respects, but when the air is too dry, it can lead to problems. The right level of humidity in the air during the heating season can save energy because humid air feels warmer. When the air is too dry, you’ll notice more dry throats, dry skin, allergy symptoms, and viruses spreading easier. If your body is affected by the dry air, so are other items in your home. Wood doors, floors, and furniture can be damaged from continual exposure to dry air. Vectra Mechanical HVAC, Electrical and Plumbing can recommend and install a whole-house humidifier system to keep your home at the perfect level of comfort. We install all types of humidifier systems:
Since proper air moisture is important for your health and the care of your home, it is important to keep your humidifier system working properly. Annual maintenance checkups are the best way to keep your system healthy. But problems can still arise, especially as your system ages. There are a few red flags to be watching for:
Your humidifier needs regular cleaning and maintenance to prevent odors, leaks, and to identify parts that may need replacement. Vectra Mechanical HVAC, Electrical and Plumbing can provide regular maintenance or repairs as needed.
Vectra Mechanical has installed, replaced, and repaired humidifiers in many Colorado homes. We know that humidifiers aren’t one-size-fits-all. There are different types of humidifier systems to choose from. If you are considering the installation or replacement of a humidifier system, Vectra Mechanical HVAC, Electrical and Plumbing can educate you on the differences and make a recommendation for your home. Call us for all your humidifier questions and needs.