The Best Humidifier on the Market
The stationary humidifiers that Vertex Mechanical installs are mounted out of sight within your HVAC vents to provide their benefits throughout the entire house. Their ease of use and maintenance coupled with their numerous benefits makes them a common pick for the best humidifiers on the market.
These whole house humidifiers diffuse clean and healthy air evenly throughout your entire home. By increasing the humidity in your house, homeowners experience a range of health benefits. Whole home humidifiers have been shown to improve indoor air quality, which eases respiratory conditions like allergies and asthma, plus increases resistance to airborne influenza bacteria during the flu season. In addition, these house humidifiers can reduce snoring in some cases and can even improve dry skin.
Beyond that laundry list of health benefits, whole home humidifiers can also save you money on your winter energy bills by reducing the dependence on your primary heating system. While they don’t increase the temperature in your home, the added humidity in the air makes you feel more comfortable in colder temperatures, which allows you to turn down the thermostat. This is the saying, “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity,” in action.
With all of these advantages, it’s easy to see why whole house options are the best humidifiers on the market. When compared to the traditional retail store humidifiers, the benefits of home humidifiers look even better. Right off the bat, portable options only provide humidification to a single room — while these advanced options cover your whole house evenly. In addition, portable humidifiers need to be cleaned every day or they will actually start spreading mold and germs. However, whole house humidifiers are 100% sanitary and don’t require you to maintain them every day.
How Does a Home Humidifier Work?
A home humidifier is conveniently placed within the ductwork of your HVAC system to provide it even access to every room it will humidify. When placed in the vents, the humidifier is connected directly to your home’s water line ensuring a fresh supply of 100% bacteria-free water to vaporize and release throughout the house. From a homeowner’s perspective, operating the system is very simple after the humidifier installation.
The whole house humidifier will only require maintenance from your heating and cooling company to keep it clean and ensure that it is working at maximum efficiency. We recommend homeowners with these humidifiers have regular maintenance performed alongside their seasonal HVAC tune-ups. Since both the humidifier installation and routine maintenance are somewhat complicated, you need to rely on an experienced HVAC team like Vertex Mechanical to do the job.
Whole Home Humidifier Installation in Lancaster & Berks Counties
Whether you think you’re ready to schedule your whole home humidifier installation or you want some more information, the first step is a call to Vertex Mechanical. Our expert heating and cooling contractors have years of experience with whole home humidifier installation and service to keep your system running for years to come. We are one of the few teams who install and service whole house humidifiers in Lancaster County and Berks County.
By adding extra humidity to the air in your home, you can improve your health and feel more comfortable, all while cutting your heating bills. Contact us to schedule your consultation and get a free quote for a whole house humidifier.