Whole-House Humidifiers in South Bend
Humidifiers Are More than Just an Accessory
Almost everything in your home contains either wood, fabric, or something else that is susceptible to damage from drying out. That’s why you need a solution that will provide your home with an adequate amount of humidity without the danger of promoting flooding and mold damage. By making sure you keep the humidity levels in your house up, you can prevent causing more damage to your health and home. At Great Lakes Heating & Air Conditioning, our team of South Bend whole-house humidifier installation experts is here to help.
The Many Benefits of Whole-House Humidifiers
Great Lakes Heating & Air Conditioning can install a whole-house humidifier in your existing heating and cooling system regardless of the type or size, bringing you improved indoor air quality, better health, and protection of your valuable assets.
In addition, a humidifier will protect you from:
- Fires caused by dried wood and fabric
- Damaged wood floors and furniture
- Static buildup on fabrics and carpets
- Energy loss and high HVAC system operating costs
- Dry skin
- Allergies and illness
Helping Minimize Airborne Illness
Did you know that most viruses have the same basic needs as us? They survive better in temperatures and humidity levels that we find comfortable. You may wonder why in Michiana, it seems people get sick more during the winter months. The reason is simple: the air, especially inside, is much drier. This dry air tends to cause our throats and nasal passages to become dry and crack, providing an immediate pathway into our systems. That is why we develop a running nose and congestion which captures these little enemies so they may be dealt with in our stomach acid. A humidifier will not only reduce static electricity in your home, protect antiques and other wood furnishings and floors, but also help prevent the damage that lets viruses into your system. If that doesn’t convince you, then consider the fact that moisture in the air increases the temperature you “feel”. We find most people are able to lower the temperature in their home and still be comfortable, saving them more on their gas bill than the cost of the humidifier!
Are your filters to blame for poor health and high utility prices? Contact Great Lakes Heating & Air Conditioning online or call (574) 498-7556 today!