Adding a whole house humidifier to your home

If your home is dry in the winter then maybe the answer is a whole house humidifier.  A humidifier can be installed on your furnace and is not very costly. Humidifier supplies moisture back into the air and requires heat, water, and air movement in order to do so.  Moisture in the form of vapor is added whenever the humidity level in the home is lower than the desired level and the HVAC system fan is moving air.  A humidistat is installed on your furnace to control the humidity in the house, just like the thermostat controls the temperature.  Here are a few benefits to having a whole house humidifier installed.

Give Meyer Heating and Air Conditioner a call with any questions you may have about a whole house humidifier.  We will be happy to assist you.

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