If you suffer from allergies, static shock or dry, itchy skin, you need a whole-house humidifier installed. At Jeremy Electrical, Heating & Cooling, we help homeowners all over Kansas City breathe easier and feel better with whole-house humidifiers. When you turn your furnace on, it heats your home, but it also steals the moisture from the air. If your family suffers from any of these symptoms, a whole-home humidifier is the answer:
- Dry, itchy skin
- Bloody noses
- Chapped lips
- Persistent coughs
- Static shock
Besides human suffering, low levels of humidity can also cause problems with furniture and woodwork in your home. Furniture can crack, woodwork can split and even hardwood floors can have gaps between the planks. A whole-house humidifier can solve all of these problems. And unlike portable units, a whole-home humidifier continually monitors humidity levels and delivers the perfect amount of moisture to your entire home.
We Install Lennox & Aprilaire Whole-House Humidifiers in the KC Metro Area
We install the best in whole house humidifiers from Lennox and Aprilaire.
You can choose from the Healthy Climate® Whole-Home Power Humidifier with a built-in fan that allows the unit to circulate humidified air even when your furnace is not in operation to keep the humidity level throughout the day.
Or we also install Aprilaire humidifiers which offer automatic digital humidifier control. This set-it-and-forget-it control keeps your home’s humidity level exactly where you want it.
Both humidifiers attach to your furnace or air handler and add moisture to the air in your home. Both provide powerful humidification to make sure you stay comfortable in your home. Besides eliminating the annoying symptoms of dry air, a humidifier can help you save money too. By adding moisture to your air, it will feel warmer allowing you to lower the temperature on your thermostat without feeling colder. According to the EPA, every degree you lower your thermostat can result in 4% savings on your heating bill.
Kansas City’s Best For Whole Home Humidifier Repairs and Replacement
Humidifiers are generally low maintenance. You can set them to a particular humidity level and not have to worry too much about anything else. An occasional check of the water line to make sure it’s not clogged is a good idea, but other than that, all you have to do after installation is remember to turn them off come spring and turn them back on in the fall and change the filter according to manufacturer recommendations. Because it is a piece of mechanical equipment, humidifier repair is sometimes necessary. If your humidifier is old, we can perform a whole house humidifier replacement. Don’t worry, the team at Jeremy Electrical, Heating & Cooling is ready and waiting!