What to Expect from Whole-Home Humidification
Whole-house humidifiers complement your furnace or heat pump, and are installed near those units. The humidifier is connected to your home’s central ductwork; moisture is drawn into the return vents and released throughout your home.
Recommended indoor humidity levels are typically between 30 to 60 percent. This is the range to aim for to enjoy optimal levels of indoor comfort, without worrying about problems like mold. Once your new whole-house humidifier is installed, we recommend experimenting with different humidity levels until you settle on the setting that works best for your family.
Let Us Help You Select the Right Type of Humidifier
Ready to install your new humidifier? You have three types to choose from.
Bypass: Homeowners on a budget will want to consider bypass humidifiers. These are entry-level units and require the installation of additional ductwork. Equipment cleaning and maintenance is recommended every few months.
Fan-powered: This is the next level up from bypass humidifiers. Fan-powered units typically don’t require additional ductwork and rely on a fan to direct air into the humidifier. Once-a-year cleaning is often enough to keep fan-powered units working efficiently.
Steam: This type of humidifier delivers the most power and efficiency. Steam humidifiers create their own steam and don’t require help from the furnace. Choosing a steam humidifier will allow you to easily achieve your desired humidity level.
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Schedule Service With Our Gainesville, GA Humidifier Installation Experts
When you work with Master Electric Heating and Air, you can count on us to provide a seamless and hassle-free experience. Our licensed technicians are trained to install all types of humidifiers from all major brands, including Trane and Goodman.
We are committed to providing our customers with fully transparent service. Our experts will take the time to discuss your particular indoor air quality needs, address any concerns you have, and make sure you receive the right type of humidifier for your home based on your needs and budget.
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