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Do you feel dry in your home?  Are you experiencing a swollen, cracking face, sore throats, and a red nose? Do you feel as if the airflow in your house somehow makes your allergies worse? The solution to your problems might be a quality central humidifier.


A complete home humidifier is a device that is hard-wired into your existing forced-air HVAC system to increase the humidity level in the air in your home. Today, many homes are too tightly sealed to maintain a comfortable humidity level and do not allow enough humidity. A quality humidifier will easily add that much-needed humidity back into your home.




Adding a humidifier to your forced air system offers many benefits for your home and family in terms of health and comfort. Here's an experienced overview of some of the Benefits of installing a new humidifier: 


A quality whole-home humidifiers may reduce respiratory discomfort and disease caused by dehydrated air.


Having the right amount of moisture in the air prevents chipping paint and plaster. It also prevents cracking wood floors, furniture, and minimizes home maintenance.


 help you save money on your energy bills, holding your thermostat at a lower temperature.

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HRV/ERV (Centralized mechanical systems) 


Mechanical ventilation devices that heat incoming outside air and provide good ventilation for you home. They use air being exhausted out of the home to preheat incoming outside air.



The main difference between units of HRV and ERV lies in their core. While the dividing walls of a heat recovery core of an HRV are sealed against moisture, the ones in an ERV are different: they contain a desiccant material (which absorbs some humidity).


The ERV redirects moisture from the higher moist airflow to the less humid flow. In winter, where humidity levels are usually higher indoors than outdoors, the ERV dries outdoor air and humidifies incoming air. In other words, an ERV retains more humidity in the house during the cold season than an HRV.


If you have any of these units as part of your quality airflow for heating and cooling system, consider adding them to your coverage on your maintenance or Protection Plan. This form of routine repair, inspection, and cleaning will add years to your HRV 's life, keep it running efficiently, and prevent potential problems. 




Although a thermostat may sound like a small component of your heating and cooling system, it's an essential piece of an HVAC equipment in reality. Your thermostat serves as a control core for all of your HVAC systems, enabling you to change your home temperature for optimum performance and comfort. Your thermostat should, therefore, be easy to use and easy to program. It should help you save more energy costs for quality airflow. 




For those looking to save more money on heating and cooling costs, programmable thermostats are the best thermostats.


A programmable thermostat can be set beforehand to adjust the set temperature performance in your home automatically depending on the time of day and day of the week.


You will save energy when you're not home by reducing or changing the temperature so heating and cooling equipment can work efficiently and accordingly.

Helps you reduce the energy bills with a Smart Thermostat


A smart thermostat memorizes your movement patterns and knows when you're away from home. It helps it to heat or cool accordingly. 


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