Humidifier Repair & Installation Service
Proper moisture control in your home is important for maintaining the structure of your house, but also for the health of you and your family. For instance, if the air in your home gets too dry you might notice your hardwood floor, trim, or molding start to crack. Another sign of overly dry indoor air is waking up in the morning with a sore throat or even a nose bleed.
For more than 40 years the highly-trained whole-house humidifier experts at R. Poust, Inc. have been helping families improve the quality of the air in their homes. Our team is dedicated to spending the time with each of our clients to answer questions and provide information helping them to decide on which unit will best suit their needs. For us, it is most important that our clients feel confident and safe in the unit that they choose. We have earned a solid reputation for being reliable and honest and it’s important to us to uphold that reputation.
What Is Indoor Air Quality?
The term indoor air quality refers to the amount of pollutants, degree of ventilation, and level of humidity in the air inside of a home or building. Many people don’t even think about indoor air quality, however, the American Lung Association reports that most people spend 90% of their time inside, so air quality is an important consideration. This is especially true for people who have asthma or recurring respiratory troubles.
How Can I Improve My Indoor Air Quality?
The first thing you should do to improve your air quality is to identify and remove as many air pollutants as you possibly can. This can be done by dusting and vacuuming every week, and washing all bedding, pillows, and stuffed animals weekly. The next thing to do is to have proper humidity levels established in your home. During winter months when you are running your heating system the humidity level in your home can get down to as little as 5% to 15%. Because there are bacteria that thrive in low-humidity environments, keeping the humidity level in your home controlled is important.
How Can A Whole-House Humidifier Help Improve The Indoor Air Quality of My Home?
For many people it is obvious that too much moisture will cause the growth of harmful mold and bacteria. However, what may not be so obvious is that too little moisture does the same thing. A whole-house humidifier will monitor and control the level of moisture in your home, keeping it at the optimal level for reducing airborne pollutants and your power bill!
For more than 40 years the highly-skilled technicians at R. Poust Inc. have been serving the residents of Rockaway with all of their whole-house humidifier needs. We understand the importance of these essential upgrades to the overall health and well-being of you and your family and will help you to determine which unit will best serve your needs. We have a strong referral network of customers because we are dedicated to treating each of our clients with care and respect. Our motto is “Business Built on Quality” and you will see us living that motto with every customer interaction.