Humidification

Professional Home Humidification Services in Amarillo, TX – Call Now To Learn More

At Grizzle Heating & Air, our commitment to helping our customers stay comfortable at home goes well beyond temperature control. It also includes ensuring the quality of air in their indoor environments is as high as possible. After all, maintaining good indoor air quality is one of the keys to enjoying good health. Since humidity control is a big part of maintaining a high indoor air quality level, we are proud to offer our customers a full range of humidification solutions to provide year-round comfort.

Consequences of High and Low Humidity

If you don’t understand the benefits of good humidity, take a look at what happens when the air in your home is too humid or not humid enough. High humidity levels can create a breeding ground for mold, bacteria, dust mites, mildew, and other harmful organisms, endangering everyone in the house. Studies have shown that those contaminants can worsen asthma symptoms, respiratory allergies, and other conditions such as hay fever. Don’t take that chance with your family’s health.

Fortunately, most modern air conditioning systems do a nice job of tackling humidity issues when the temperature soars outside. But, they don’t assist in fixing the problem when the moisture level in a home’s air is too low.

Keeping the air in your house too dry comes with a host of problems. Your wooden furniture may shrink, warp, and crack over time, and that’s likely to be the least of your worries. Prolonged exposure to dry air can cause respiratory issues and skin irritation and with the amount of time we spend indoors every day, it’s easy to see how quickly those issues can arise. Moreover, you’ll be subject to frequent annoying static shocks.

The only way to head off all of these issues is to keep your home at a good humidity level, within the recommended 35 percent to 50 percent range. The best way to do that is with a dedicated humidity control system.

Tracking Your Home’s Humidity

One way to track your home’s humidity level is to pick up a hygrometer, a special tool designed to test the air’s humidity, at your local hardware store. If you have reason to suspect that the air in your house might be too dry or too humid, a hygrometer can help you confirm the issue. Alternatively, you can give us a call to schedule a consultation.

Home Humidifiers from Grizzle Heating & Air

We know that every home’s humidity control needs are different and we believe that one size definitely does not fit all. That’s why our humidity control experts will come to your home, assess the humidity situation, recommend a humidifier that suits your needs, and install to the manufacturer’s specifications. We’ll be conscious of both your budget and your family’s health and we always strive to make sure that each system we install delivers long-term comfort, not just a short-term fix.

Comfort is our business and providing great home humidification services to our friends and neighbors in the Canyon area is a big part of that business. If your home is oppressively humid or unbearably dry, don’t delay. Give us a call to see how we can help you stay healthy and comfortable at home.