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Whole Home Humidifiers — the Key to a Comfortable Home.
Whole Home Humidifiers are a perfect option for homeowners suffering from dry indoor environments. The winter heating months tend to create humidity problems for many homeowners. This is because the relative humidity of winter air tends to be low, and its lowered even more when passed through your forced air heating system. This can create an uncomfortable and unhealthy home environment:
- Low humidity increases the chances of colds, Flu and other respiratory troubles. This is because dry air is an ideal environment for virus such as the common cold and flu. People with allergies and Asthma may also find an increase in aggravation because of lack of moisture in the air.
- Wood floors and other woodwork are susceptible to splitting and cracking in the dry air and an increase in static electricity can potentially damage expensive electronic equipment.
A whole home humidifier from Comfort is specifically designed to deliver the perfect amount of humidity to your home, and when coupled with one of our premium WiFi thermostats, you can experience complete control and comfort — all at the touch of a button. Best of all, by installing a whole home humidifier, you and your family will enjoy a healthier, more comfortable indoor environment.
Experience Total Home Comfort
The experts at Comfort will help you select the perfect whole home humidifier, and install it directly into your home’s central heating and cooling system. Unlike portable humidifiers which cannot be regulated, and only humidify one area at a time, our humidifiers deliver complete home comfort by running humidified air through your existing ductwork.
We carry a full line of premium quality whole home humidifiers from industry leaders such as Aprilaire®.
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Get started on the road to Total Home Comfort, call the experts at Comfort today: 516-799-0700.
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