There are many negative effects of dry indoor air including chapped skin, irritated sinuses and an increased risk of spreading a cold or flu. Installing a whole-home humidifier can help create a healthier—and more comfortable—home environment, but how do you know which system is best? It’s important to choose a whole-home humidifier that’s properly sized, has a humidistat and is expertly installed.
Capacity: Whole-home humidifiers have rated capacities which are based on how effectively they can humidify a home of a certain size. Compare the unit’s capacity rating with your home’s square footage to find the best-sized humidifier for your needs.
Humidistat: Built-in humidistats are a very useful feature to look for, as they measure humidity levels and ensure the humidifier automatically shuts down when the air in your home reaches the desired humidity level.
Installation: While some whole-home humidifiers are designed to attach directly to your furnace system, others are in-duct systems that integrate with existing ductwork. Consult with a professional to determine which configuration will work best with your current heating system.
|A whole-home humidifier is a better option than a portable room humidifier during the colder months because it is able to restore moisture to the entire home instead of only one room at a time.|
We sell a number of high-quality humidifiers that can be expertly installed to provide comfort all winter long.
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With more than 50 years of experience under our belts, Delta Air Systems is the most reliable and trusted heating and cooling company in the Kitchener-Waterloo region. We are proud to provide the highest quality home comfort service, ensuring you never have to settle for an uncomfortable home during the cold months.