Humidifier Repair & Installation Services
An overly dry home environment can be just as harmful as an overly moist home environment. We all know that too much moisture means that bacteria and mold can grow, but what is not so widely known is that an overly dry environment can also grow harmful bacteria. In addition to encouraging the growth of bacteria, overly dry air conditions can contribute to sore throats, nose bleeds, and headaches. Not to mention the damage that is caused to your home when overly dry air cracks your hardwood floors, trim, and molding.
At R. Poust Inc., our team of expert technicians have been providing whole-house humidifier services to the residents of Hamburg for more than 45 years. We understand that for many customers this topic is relatively new and possibly confusing. We are dedicated to treating each of our customers with courtesy and respect, which means that we are happy to answer all questions that you have and provide you with any information that you need to determine which whole-house humidifier would best fit your needs.
What Is Indoor Air Quality?
For most people the phrase indoor air quality is unfamiliar and can be a little confusing. Essentially, the quality of your home’s indoor air is collective determined by three areas: the degree of ventilation, the level of moisture, and the concentration of pollutants. Because the American Lung Association says that the majority of people spend 90% of their time indoors, the topic of indoor air quality is an important one.
How Can I Improve My Indoor Air Quality?
First, to improve your air quality you must distinguish and work to remove as many air allergens as possible. Chores like washing bedding, vacuuming, and dusting once per week will help to reduce pollutants. Next, you must work to establish the most ideal level of moisture to reduce the chances of bacteria growth. This can be done by having the professional team at R. Poust, Inc. install a whole-house humidifier.
How Can A Whole-House Humidifier Help Improve The Indoor Air Quality of My Home?
Because a main component of good indoor air quality is the level of moisture in the air, it is important to establish and maintain the ideal moisture level. A whole-house humidifier has a sensor that will read the moisture in the air and make sure it doesn’t rise above or below the established ideal level. Having the ideal level of moisture in the air will reduce the amount of airborne pollutants, and insulate the air keeping the warmth better established.
At R. Poust Inc., we have the knowledge and experience to help guide you through the whole-house humidifier buying process. We can make the situation easier for you by answering any questions that you have and providing you with the information that you need to make an informed decision about which whole-house humidifier is best for your needs.