- Heat Pumps
- Air Conditioners
- Water Heaters
- Mini-split Systems
- Reduce risk of infections: Viruses & bacteria do not travel as well in moist air. Installing a humidifier could mean the difference between getting the flu & remaining healthy.
- Softer, more vibrant skin: Cold, dry air takes moisture from your skin, which can cause problems, such as dryness, dullness, flaking, and accelerated aging. A humidifier can help prevent all these damaging effects.
- Comfortable sinuses: Winter air can dry out your sinuses, reducing your resistance to bacteria and viruses. Sleep with a humidifier and wake up with a more comfortable nose and throat!
- Faster healing times: Having a humidifier, will shorten your timeframe of a cold, a sinus infection, or the flu. Keeping your nasal passages and your throat moist will help you heal faster, and will reduce symptoms like coughing and sneezing.
- Healthier houseplants: Plants help pull toxins out of the air. A humidifier can help keep your houseplants healthy—which helps keep you healthy, too!
- Protected wood furnishings: Dry air can damage wood furniture, causing moldings and doors to split and crack. A humidifier can help preserve the integrity of the wood.
- No growling morning voice: Your vocal cords can often be affected by dry air, making you sound like a growling bear in the mornings. Sleeping with a humidifier in your bedroom will have you sounding more like your normal self.
- Reduced heating bill: If you add moisture to the air, it will feel warmer, which can help you save on your heating bill.
- Fewer electric shocks: Have you noticed that in the winter, it’s harder to avoid a static electricity shock? That’s the dry air again. Using a humidifier will reduce and can eliminate this shock.
- Improved sleep: If you or someone you know snores a humidifier may help. We often snore more if our sinuses and throats are dry. A moist environment feels warmer and more comfortable, which can encourage a good night’s sleep.