who install equipment for heating and cooling for Pittsburgh, PA,
residents can include a whole-house humidifier if the customer wants
one. These devices can be installed with furnaces to provide extra
moisture in the air during wintertime when humidity levels tend to be
air is naturally dry and forced-air furnaces worsen the problem. That
can lead to static electricity throughout the house. Household
residents experience dry skin, noses and throats, and increased
susceptibility to respiratory infections.
Trying to humidify an entire house with a portable humidifier or two usually is far too inadequate. People who are hesitant to have whole-house humidifiers installed by technicians for heating and cooling in Pittsburgh, PA, may have some misconceptions about the equipment.
common misconception about these devices is that they are breeding
grounds for bacteria. This actually was sometimes true of much older
equipment but this is no longer the case. Manufacturers have made
changes that prevent the growth of bacteria as well as other
related misconception is that a whole-house humidifier could somehow
cause mold and mildew growth in the home. Research confirms that mold
doesn’t begin to develop until the indoor humidity level reaches 60
percent. Whole-house humidifiers do not produce enough moisture for
the air to become that damp. They shut off long before this happens.
This equipment is installed by technicians with Miller Plumbing Heating Cooling Electric and information about whole-house humidifiers can be viewed at the website.