Humidifier Services in Philadelphia
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Controlling the air in your home is more complex and involved than most people realize. While our heating and cooling system can control temperature, it has very little direct control over other factors like humidity. Humidity is crucial to our comfort and to the overall quality of the air we breathe, and it’s easy to tell when the humidity is too high or too low outside. If you find that your home is constantly a sweltering, sticky mess during summer or constantly feels dry during winter, call Joseph Giannone Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning for humidity control solutions, including whole-home humidifier unit installation.
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Winter Humidity Problems Are a Thing of the Past
Have you ever noticed that your skin feels dry, your lips feel chapped, and your hair feels brittle and coarse during winter months? This isn’t your imagination or a sign that you are getting ill: it’s a symptom of reduced humidity. As air cools off, the amount of vapor it can hold before reaching a point of full saturation drops significantly. Your skin, hair, eyes, and other parts of your body that depend on this vapor will suddenly experience a shortage in available moisture, and thus they will dry out. This is why you find yourself reaching for the lotion or the lip balm so much more often during these coldest months of the year.
With an indoor humidifier, these symptoms of low humidity are a thing of the past. Whole-home humidifiers can supply the warmer air inside your home with the moisture it needs to reach a higher capacity level. In turn, your skin feels softer and healthier, your hair feels softer and more supple, and your eyes, nose, and other dry areas of your body start to feel normal again. And the best part, modern humidifier systems can work directly in conjunction with your HVAC system to supply your entire home with moisture it needs.
Low-Maintenance, Highly Advanced Humidifier Options
When most people think of humidifiers, they think of big, heavy, energy-intensive boxes that need to be lugged around your house, constantly refilled with purified water, and constantly cleaned to prevent mold or mildew buildup inside the machine. This simply isn’t the case anymore. Today, whole-home humidifiers are integrated directly into your heating and cooling equipment and can even be directly controlled by smart thermostats with communicating humidity sensors.
Modern humidifiers also come equipped with even more equipment and features that make operation easier and more straightforward than ever before. Long gone are the days of having to constantly purchase purified water to make your system work—modern whole-home units have built-in filtration systems that purify water form a regular water line. Plus that built-in water line means you never have to worry about refilling the humidifier tank on your own. Likewise, with self-cleaning technology, these systems are about as low-maintenance as they come. And your smart thermostat can turn your humidifier on or off as needed in order to ensure your indoor environment stays at an ideal humidity level all year long.
Whether you’re looking to install a new humidifier system for your home or you need your humidifier repaired or serviced, call Joseph Giannone Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning and let us get the job done for you. We offer a full range of services designed to address any issue your humidifier might have. From connection issues to evaporation problems to airflow issues, we diagnose them all and offer repairs that get everything working smoothly again as soon as possible.
Make the call to Joseph Giannone Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning, Philadelphia’s local leader in humidifier services! Contact us to get started today.
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