Thursday, 14 December 2017

Control Indoor Humidity for Maximum Comfort !!!

Humidity problem
No matter what type of climate you live in, the levels of humidity in the air can affect the comfort of your home, as well as the proper functioning of your air conditioning units.
Managing indoor humidity should be a priority for every homeowner, especially when it comes to tailoring your heating and cooling preferences to meet your personal home needs. Before we get into the problems and solutions of indoor humidity, let's take a look at the basics:-

Having the right level of moisture in your indoor home environment at all times will ensure that your home HVAC system are working efficiently for you.
If levels are not properly maintained, your home will not only feel very uncomfortable to live in, but you and your family may also become susceptible to respiratory disorders or chemical reactions. Additionally, improper humidity levels can also cause damage to both the inside and outside of your home.
Removing unwanted moisture in your home is one of the primary functions of your home’s air conditioning system. However, your air conditioning system may not be enough to remove the excess moisture that comes into your home.
The ideal temperature in your home will be specific to your family's preferences and maintaining recommended humidity levels at different times of the year will ensure your comfort and safety. 
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The Most Common Problems of Poor Indoor Humidity 


  • Static electricity
  • Dry, itchy skin and hair
  • Susceptibility to colds and respiratory illness
  • Viruses and germs thrive
  • Damage to wood furniture and floors, furniture split and crack
  • Paint can chip
  • Electronics can get damaged

Humidifier will do wonders for improving the air in your home !!


High humidity will make your home IAQ (Indoor air quality) take a considerable effort to maintain. Use of a dehumidifier is a good way to manage the quality of air that can trigger asthma in your home. An efficient air conditioning system will help to remove unwanted moisture in your home. However, to do this, your equipment and duct work must be sized and installed correctly.

Appropriately sized systems have sufficient capacity, run times that are long enough and ample airflow to pull excess humidity out of your home. A custom-designed and installed HVAC system for your home keeps you more comfortable. It can also save you money in the process.

If dehumidifying your home a little more in the summer allows you to set the temperature on your thermostat a few degrees higher, you should notice a difference in your energy bills. Winter may pose the opposite problem for you as your home’s humidity level may become too low. This often causes skin irritations, dried out sinuses, damage to hardwood floors and furniture and general discomfort. Regardless of whether you have a heat pump or a gas, oil, or electric furnace, a whole-house humidification system can be a good solution to help you manage your home humidity levels. If you are concerned about managing home humidity levels in your home,consult with a trusted, professional heating and cooling expert to ensure that your systems are keeping your home environment healthy and comfortable.
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