Indoor Air Quality
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Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers in Plano, TX
When someone mentions indoor air quality, what do you think of? If you’re like many homeowners in Plano, TX and throughout North Central Texas, you may think of your home’s temperature.
This is only part of the equation, however. Humidity plays a large role in not only your home comfort, but also the health of your family and the integrity of your property. Too little humidity is just as detrimental as too much. The ideal relative humidity levels for any given home is between 30%-50%.
The Diagnostic Engineers here at Aire Texas Residential Services, Inc will help determine what your humidification needs are. In fact, we’ll look at your current home comfort systems to see how they’re serving you, and make recommendations for whatever products we find will help improve your home comfort. We value educating our employees so they can educate our customers.
To learn more about humidifiers and dehumidifiers and improve your indoor air quality, contact Aire Texas Residential Services, Inc We believe in “doing it right the first time every time!”
The Best Humidifier for Your Home
You may not immediately think that your Plano, TX home needs a humidifier at all. After all, we’re pretty well known for our muggy summers. But with furnace or heat pump use in the winter, your indoor air can get pretty dried out. Dry air has a number of consequences, including:
- Dried out wood flooring and furnishings.
- Increased illnesses as low humidity dries out our sinuses and makes us more susceptible to germs.
- Dry skin.
- Static shock in the home.
The best humidifier to tackle these problems is a whole-house humidifier. Installed directly into your ductwork, it provides comprehensive humidification to your entire living space.
Consider Dehumidifier Installation
Too much humidity in the air makes us uncomfortable. This is because it doesn’t allow us to sweat, and sweating is the natural way for our bodies to cool off. So when indoor humidity is too high, it causes us to turn our AC thermostats down to try to achieve comfort—which is inefficient for our cooling systems.
In addition to making our air conditioners work too hard, too much humidity results in:
- Mold and mildew growth that can make you and your family ill.
- Wood rot that threatens the integrity of your home.
- Moisture exposure to electric components and appliances within your home.
To eliminate health concerns and to protect your biggest investment—your home—consider the installation of a whole-house dehumidifier.
Maintaining Your Humidifier and Dehumidifier
The best way to prevent repair needs and ensure that your HVAC and indoor air quality equipment works as efficiently as possible is with routine maintenance. Ask about our Cool Club Maintenance Program and its many benefits!
Of course, even with vigilant care, you may need repair for your humidity control system at some point. If you hear funny noises coming from your duct system where this equipment is installed, or if you notice the air is too humid or too dry despite running your system, you may need repair. Be sure to give us a call at the first sign of trouble—we’re available 24/7 for any HVAC emergencies you may have!