Indoor Air Quality
Whole Home Humidifier
When there isn’t enough moisture in the air, you might notice your skin is dryer, your hair is prone to fly aways and you can’t seem to get rid of that tickle in your throat. We can help you achieve a better balance with a whole-home humidifier that works in tandem with your existing HVAC system.
The drier the better? Not necessarily.
Drier climates or dry, heated winter air present a different set of issues than high humidity climates. Your home—and your health—can be affected by dry indoor air in the following ways:
- Dry nose, throat, lips and skin
- Increased susceptibility to sinus problems
- Peeling wallpaper
- Cracked paint and woodwork
- Cracking, warping and shrinking of wood floors
- Damage to wood instruments such as guitars and pianos
Fortunately, you can combat the effects of dry air with a whole-home 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 to be replaced once a year, versus the daily cleaning and disinfecting that portable units often require.
Our humidity control experts know how to help
Don't let dry air compromise your comfort—or your health. Contact your local ARS®/Rescue Rooter® air-quality specialist today to find out more about our whole-home humidifier options. We live in your community, too, so we know how to deal with the humidity challenges in this area. We'll assess your indoor air-quality at no-cost—and guide you through all of the options and services we have to offer, all of which are always covered by our Exceptional Service Guarantee.