If you aren’t familiar, a whole-home humidifier pulls water straight from your water supply and the water panel only needs to be changed a handful of times during the cold season. There are heavier up-front costs to begin, but there is less maintenance, less expensive energy costs and mold prevention in the long-run. A good way to select the correct humidifier
is by having a Home Health™ report performed by Service Experts. Every house is different, and every family is different. So, every humidification need is also different. There are a a few factors to consider when buying a humidifier for your space, and Service Experts can help you understand and review all options. Consider size. A humidifier's capacity, or the quantity of moisture it can distribute in a given time, should match your particular household's needs. The capacity is measured as gallons per day of operation. One method that is used to determine the correct-sized humidifier for your house is by multiplying the total floor area in by the ceiling height. Keep in mind your budget. Think about not only the basic price of the humidifier, but also operating and maintenance costs. Some brands take up more energy than others, so picking a type that is right for your home and budget is very important. Our Experts at Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning can provide you a home health report to help you select which humidifier is best for your house. And our evaluation will make certain you are getting the right solution to fit your current HVAC system.