Indoor Air Quality
- Maintenance Program
Even with a great HVAC system, you are going to find it very difficult to maintain a comfortable environment in your home if you are not able to optimize humidity levels, too. That is why Fresh Air Heating & Cooling includes humidifier and dehumidifier installation, repair, and maintenance among the many services that we offer. With our help, you can use a whole-house humidifier and/or dehumidifier in Chesterfield, MO to your great advantage.
Just remember that it takes a great technician to help you get the most from any indoor air quality systems you may choose to use in your home. Our HVAC technicians are among the best in the business: NATE and NCI-certified, licensed, and OSHA trained. But their skills extend to indoor air quality products and services as well. So call our number, and take control of humidity in your home.
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Signs That You Need a Humidifier
You don’t really need to think too hard about why you may need an air conditioner. Simply walk outside in the summer, and you’ll be reminded! When should you be using a humidifier in your home, though? Yes, the air is drier in the winter, but that doesn’t mean that every home will need one. In fact, you may need one most in the summer, as your AC dries out your air! Here are a few warning signs to look out for.
- Dry, itchy skin.
- Frequent nosebleeds and/or sore throats.
- Increased instances of static shocks.
- Splitting wooden furniture or floorboards.
- Increased frequency of illnesses.
Signs That You Need a Dehumidifier
Air that is not humid enough is bad, but air that is too humid is no better. Just take a walk around the block on a hot summer day and you’ll see what we mean. We cannot help you to make the air outside any less swampy during the dog days of summer, but we can help you to find the best dehumidifier for handling the problem in your home.
- Uncomfortable, muggy conditions.
- Mildew odor in the house.
- Signs of mold growth.
- Frequent illness (viruses and bacteria thrive in humid conditions).
- Rotting wood around the house.
Whole–House Systems Are the Best Humidifier and Dehumidifier Options
If you are serious about reaping the benefits of using a humidifier or dehumidifier, then you need to skip those little standalone units. Yes, they have their uses in drying out just a basement or in humidifying a single room like a nursery. But they are not going to give you the same level of performance quality or convenience that a whole–house system will.
Of course, whole–house humidifiers and dehumidifiers do require professional installation services. If you need a new system installed or an old one replaced, you can trust us to do the job right. If you notice a leak in your system, or if your air is not really feeling properly humidified or dehumidified, let get in touch with us right away. These systems are reliable and require little maintenance, but you will need professional humidifier/dehumidifier repairs at some point. Call us when you do.