Whole House Humidifiers
Protect Your Health and Your Home with an Indoor Home Humidifier.
Balancing the humidity in your home is important in dry climates, since this affects both your personal comfort and your household furnishings. In more temperate climates, winter means the air in your home is typically dryer than at any other time of the year. As a result, you and your family could develop dry noses, throats, lips and skin and the health problems that accompany those discomforts. And who doesn't love those jolts of static electricity?
Dry Air Can Damage Your House. In addition to creating health problems, dry air can also peel wallpaper, crack paint and cause joints in wood furniture to separate. In new homes, lack of humidity can cause severe cracking and shrinking of wood floors, cabinets and musical instruments such as pianos.
A Home Humidifier Adds Moisture to Your Home's Air. You can combat the effects of dry winter air with a whole house humidifier. Installed directly onto your existing HVAC system, an indoor humidifier injects humidity in the form of water vapor into your home's air and distributes it through your ducts and vents.
Unlike portable humidifiers, whole house humidifiers monitor the relative humidity in your home and produce exactly the right levels of moisture. Another advantage is that the filter only needs replacement about once a year, versus the daily cleaning and disinfecting that portable units often require.
Contact your local ARS®/Rescue Rooter® air quality specialist to learn more about how whole house humidifiers can significantly increase the comfort in your home.