Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers

Dehumidifiers and humidifiers in Suffolk/Nassau County, New York, allow your family to feel more relaxed with the gauge set at an energy-saving mode.

A whole-home humidifier or whole-home dehumidifier works with your HVAC system, so you don’t have to move a portable device from room to room. Or be concerned about spilling water.

A humidifier can help to reduce uncomfortable air in your household during the cold season. As well as the respiratory problems and dry skin it can produce.

Air that’s appropriately saturated appears to be warmer. This indicates you can leave your thermostat lower—and possibly save money on heating bills.

When there’s high humidity during the hottest part of the year, a whole-home dehumidifier removes dampness from your living space’s air. This allows your house to appear to be colder with a elevated thermostat setting, potentially allowing you to save more on your cooling costs.

Quite a few of our humidity answers work with any brand or model of heating and cooling equipment. Contact us at 631-737-5566 before it’s too late and we’ll offer assistance in deciding the correct equipment for your home.

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Dehumidifier vs. Humidifier—Which Exact One to Select for Your Home

With several kinds of humidifiers and dehumidifiers to pick from, it can be a challenge finding what’s best for your demands. Here’s how you can determine if you need to incorporate or eliminate humidity from your home’s air.

At What Point Do I Need a Dehumidifier?

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There are a several indicators that you have too much humidity in your living space:

  • Parts of the house come off as being humid or smell stuffy.
  • Paint is flaking, cracking or has condensation marks.
  • Mold and mildew development.
  • Windows have a large amount of water.
  • Operating your air conditioner more than usual to force your home to give the impression of being more enjoyable.

At What Time Do I Require a Humidifier?

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Warm weather or wintertime in any area can create issues inside. Excessive arid air can cause:

  • 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 Home More Comfortable with Humidity Control

Whole-home humidity control can make you feel more relaxed and could possibly help reduce your energy bills. Contact our store at 631-737-5566 or contact us online to discover more about our company.

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