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Jan 27 2014

Expert Advice on Humidifiers and HVAC Systems

HVAC systems improved with addition of humidifiers.

Impact of humidifiers on home HVAC

Low indoor humidity is easily combated by installing humidifiers on HVAC systems. Low humidity is an issue that causes all sorts of problems in your home, including illnesses and costly repairs - and installing a humidifier is a simple fix.

But don't just take it from us - expert sources on matters related to humidifiers and HVAC systems offer their input below.

Medical experts assert that many viruses thrive in low humidity environments, increasing the likelihood of your family catching colds, the flu, and upper respiratory ailments. Having a whole-home humidifier installed on HVAC systems can reduce virus populations and stave off illness.

The EPA says you can save up to 4% on your heating bill for every degree you lower the temperature on your thermostat. Everyday activities such as bathing, cooking, and doing laundry produce moisture, but not enough to keep your home's air sufficiently humid.

Installing a whole-home humidifier on HVAC systems will deliver just the right amount of moisture needed to make your home feel comfortable at lower thermostat settings.

Your HVAC experts, Comfort Services, also know that low indoor humidity can cause damage to wood furniture, floors, and molding. Comfort Services would love to come out and test your home's HVAC systems and give you advice for optimizing your home's indoor air quality.

To learn more about how to improve your home's indoor air quality call Comfort Services at 803.772.4490.

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