When you run your furnace in the winter and seal all the windows, low humidity levels inside your Savannah or Hilton Head area home start to wreak havoc on your health and your furniture.
Dry air dries out your nasal passages, creating a stuffy nose and flaring up your allergies. It can also warp your wood furniture and floorboards—and once that happens, the damage is irreversible.
Fortunately, we have a solution for you: a whole-house humidifier.
These energy-efficient systems attach to your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system and are easy to operate. They add moisture to the air to properly adjust the humidity levels in your home, improving the indoor air quality and your well-being.
At Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning, you will find a quality selection of whole-house humidifiers, along with other air quality systems designed to bring you total comfort. Our team has been serving Savannah, Hilton Head, and the surrounding area since 2012. We value your business and work hard to keep it.
The Danger of Low Humidity Levels
The ideal indoor humidity range is between 30 and 50 percent. You can purchase a hygrometer to measure the humidity level in your home or you can try this simple test: fill a glass with water and add some ice cubes. If there is no condensation on the outside of the glass after three minutes or so, you likely have low humidity in your home.
Your biggest risk with low humidity levels is picking up a virus. Dry air is a natural breeding ground for the flu bug. Along with a stuffy nose, dry nasal passages can lead to scratchy throats and the likelihood of catching a cold.
If dry air is bad for your health, it’s also bad for your furniture. Dry air can warp and split your wood furniture and floorboards. Over time, it can even compromise your home’s wooden support structures. It can also dry out caulk or glue, creating gaps around your doors and windows. A drafty home is harder to heat in the winter, leading to higher utility bills.
Whole-House Humidifiers Installations
You can count on Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning to choose the right system for your home. Our team of knowledgeable professionals knows how to install your whole-house humidifier so it seamlessly integrates with your HVAC system. Once your home’s humidity level is properly adjusted, your indoor air quality will improve and so will your comfort.
Whole-House Humidifier Repairs
Our repair experts receive ongoing training to stay up with the latest trends and technology in the HVAC industry. We know how to fix all makes and models of humidifiers. Our team provides you with upfront reliable estimates and will never replace a part unless it is necessary or we can demonstrate cost savings for you.
We also offer 24/7 repair services for your convenience. Our goal with every service call is 100 percent customer satisfaction.
Whole-House Humidifier Maintenance
Changing your air filters, along with scheduling annual inspections and tune-ups, help extend the service life and performance of your HVAC system. You will not only enjoy cost savings from better-performing equipment, but you also minimize the chance of a costly repair.
Ask about our Performance Club preventative maintenance agreements that offset the cost of inspections, tune-ups, repairs, and other services. These plans are tailored for your budget and lifestyle. You installed your whole-house humidifier to improve the indoor air quality of your home. Allow our trained team of experts to keep it well-maintained for years to come.
Call Us to Discuss Whole-House Humidifiers
If you have low humidity levels in your Savannah, GA, or Hilton Head, SC, area home, perhaps it is time to consider installing a whole-house humidifier. At Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning, we offer practical solutions to improve your indoor air quality.
There is no need to suffer all winter from the effects of dry air. Call 912-250-7903 or request service online today to learn more about whole-house humidifier systems and how they can add to your total home comfort.