Whole House Humidifier
A whole house humidifier will increase the humidity level throughout an entire home when humidity levels are low. It connects to your home’s HVAC system.
Benefits of Whole House Humidifiers
Humidifiers are important for climates that are hot and dry. However, they are also beneficial for homes that are heated by a furnace during the winter months. Heating systems can cause low humidity levels because they pull the moisture out of the air. This can cause adverse health effects. Air that is too dry can dry out mucous membranes and can cause respiratory issues such as asthma or allergies. It can also cause skin problems.
Low moisture levels can also affect the furnishings in your home. Dry air can pull the moisture out of wooden furniture and woodwork, which can loosen joints and cause warping. It can also have an adverse effect on books and artwork causing them to shrink or warp.
A humidifier, such as the Trane THUMD500, provides the right amount of moisture in every room of your home. It adjusts from the summer and winter months so that the humidity level is always just right. Having a whole house humidifier installed in your home can provide comfort for your family and relief for dry skin and respiratory problems.
Humidifier Repair and Maintenance
If you have a whole house humidifier installed and don’t feel that it is working properly, it may need repair or maintenance. In addition to installing humidifier systems, Thomas Hoffmann Air Conditioning & Heating LLC provides repair and maintenance services.
Our repair technicians will analyze your system and provide you with the best solutions. After more than 30 years in the residential HVAC industry, we have hands-on experience working with the most popular manufacturers like Trane, Lennox, American Standard, Carrier, York, Amana and Goodman just to name a few.
St. Louis Humidifier Systems
Whether you need a brand new humidifier installed or you need repair or maintenance to your current humidifier system, trust Thomas Hoffmann Air Conditioning & Heating LLC to help answer any questions and solve your indoor air quality issues.
We are one of the few heating and air conditioning companies in St. Louis that has a master technician and mechanical engineer as an owner. This fact, combined with our more than 30 years of experience gives us an advantage over our competition. Call us today at (314) 471-7625.