Humidifiers add much needed moisture to the air, promoting improved air quality, reduced static electricity and helping you to stay warmer and more comfortable. Humidity measures the level of atmospheric water vapor, and greatly influence health, warmth and energy consumption. Jamison Schindler Heating & Cooling has the solutions to maintain a properly hydrated home, keeping your family healthy and comfortable.
Through the use of a humidifier, Jamison Schindler Heating & Cooling will introduce moisture into your home, allowing you to reach the appropriate humidity level. By increasing comfort, you’ll decrease expense. Low humidity levels, cause you to feel cold. Higher humidity slows the body’s natural cooling mechanism, making you feel warmer and less likely to turn up the thermostat.
Poor Humidity Levels Could Be Damaging Your Home
Air that is too dry draws moisture from everything it touches. Woodwork, wood floors and furnishings, even wallpaper and paint can suffer damage. When air lacks the proper humidity, skin can’t retain much needed moisture. This is a major concern in the winter, when furnace-treated air can drop to 10% or less. Ideally, humidity levels should be maintained between 30 and 50%. Controlled moisture levels soothe dry skin, chapped lips, irritation in the nasal passages, and itchiness in the sinuses, mouth, throat and eyes.
Fight Germs with a Humidifier
Humidifiers serve as a defense against viruses and bacteria that thrive in dry air. People with respiratory problems and asthma have an easier time breathing hydrated air. When you call Jamison Schindler Heating & Cooling for comfort assistance, our specialists will provide information and advice, providing cost-effective, reliable solutions at a fair price. Our certified technicians specialize in the most innovative and efficient technology for infusing moisture into your home. By partnering with the top names in the industry, Jamison Schindler Heating & Cooling delivers the most economical and convenient method of reaching perfect humidity levels.