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Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers

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Dehumidifiers and humidifiers in Plainfield, Illinois, help your family feel more relaxed with the gauge set at an energy-saving mode.

A whole-home humidifier or whole-home dehumidifier operates with your HVAC equipment, so you don’t have to carry a mobile device around the house. Or worry about dumping water.

A humidifier will help to reduce uncomfortable air in your living space during the wintry season. In addition to the respiratory problems and chapped skin it can produce.

Air that’s appropriately dampened feels warmer. This suggests you can place your thermostat at a lower temperature—and likely spend less on heating costs.

When there’s excessive humidity during the hottest part of the year, a whole-home dehumidifier eliminates humidity from your living space’s air. This allows your house to seem colder with a raised thermostat setting, very likely helping you to save more on your cooling costs.

Quite a few of our humidity remedies complement any brand or model of HVAC system. Call us at 815-410-1231 as soon as possible and we’ll offer assistance in deciding the correct HVAC system for your home.

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Dehumidifier vs. Humidifier—Which One to Pick for Your Residence

With several kinds of humidifiers and dehumidifiers to select from, it can be a challenge knowing what’s best for your expectations. Here’s how you can tell if you need to incorporate or eliminate humidity from your house’s air.

When Do I Desire a Dehumidifier?

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There are a several warnings that you have excess dampness in your home:

  • Parts of the house seem to be damp or smell musty.
  • Paint is flaking, cracking or has condensation marks.
  • Mold and mildew development.
  • Windows have a large amount of moisture.
  • Working your air conditioner more frequently to bring your home to feel more comfortable.

When Do I Need a Humidifier?

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Warm weather or winter in certain parts of the country can create issues indoors. Too much hot air can lead to:

  • Respiratory issues like a sore throat or irritated nasal passages.
  • Dry skin and chapped lips.
  • Excessive static shock.
  • Damage to wood flooring or furnishings.

Make Your House More Comfortable with Humidity Control

Whole-home humidity control can help you to be more comfortable and may even help reduce your energy bills. Call our store at 815-410-1231 or contact us online to find out more.

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