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Humidifiers can be a great addition to any home or business, especially during the dry winter months. They work by adding moisture to the air, which can help alleviate dry skin, sore throats, and other respiratory problems.


One popular option is a whole-home humidifier, which can be integrated with your HVAC system to humidify your entire home. This can be especially beneficial for those with respiratory issues, allergies, or dry skin.

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Installing a whole-house humidifier can provide a range of health benefits, especially during the dry winter months when indoor air can become very dry. Here are some of the health benefits of using a whole-house humidifier:


  • Relieve respiratory problems: Dry air can lead to respiratory problems such as asthma, allergies, and sinusitis. A whole-house humidifier can help alleviate these issues by adding moisture to the air, making it easier to breathe
  • Prevent dry skin and other skin issues: Dry air can cause skin to become dry and itchy, and can even exacerbate existing skin conditions such as eczema. A humidifier can add moisture to the air and prevent these skin problems.
  • Reduce the spread of airborne viruses: Viruses such as the flu and colds can spread more easily in dry air. A whole-house humidifier can help reduce the spread of these viruses by keeping the air moist and preventing them from spreading.
  • Improve sleep: dry air can cause snoring and other sleep-related problems. A humidifier can add moisture to the air and improve sleep quality.
  • Increase comfort: Dry air can make you feel uncomfortable, especially in the winter. A whole-house humidifier can increase comfort levels and make your home feel more cozy and welcoming.


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Types of Humidifiers 

Bypass humidifiers: These humidifiers are installed in the return air duct and use the furnace's heat to evaporate water and add moisture to the air. They work by diverting a portion of the heated air from the furnace, which then passes through a water panel and picks up moisture before returning to the duct system. Bypass humidifiers are typically less expensive to install and maintain, and they use less water than fan-powered humidifiers.


Fan-powered humidifiers: These humidifiers use a fan to blow air across a water panel and distribute moisture throughout the home. They are typically more effective than bypass humidifiers because they can add more moisture to the air and work independently of the furnace. Fan-powered humidifiers are a good choice for larger homes or homes with high ceilings.

When choosing a whole-house humidifier, it's important to consider factors such as the size of your home, your budget, and your desired level of humidity. At Advance Heating & Cooling, we can help you choose the right type of humidifier for your home and provide professional installation and maintenance services.


Steam humidifier: This type of humidifier heats water to create steam, which is then released into the air. Steam humidifiers are known for their effectiveness in raising humidity levels quickly and efficiently, making them a good choice for larger homes or areas with very low humidity levels.

Steam humidifiers also have the added benefit of being able to kill bacteria and viruses in the air, as the high temperatures of the steam can sanitize the air. Additionally, they require less maintenance than other types of humidifiers, as they do not use water panels or other components that need frequent cleaning or replacement.



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