Do I Need A Furnace Humidifier

Furnace Humidifiers

A Furnace Humidifier should be a required component of your heading system.  A  humidifier installed directly into your cooling and
heating system will introduces humidity in the form of water vapor into the air that travels through heating ducts. The level of humidity
is then monitored and controlled by your thermostat, just like the temperature is, and an even level of moisture can be released into your
house all year long.

The Advantages of  a Furnace Humidifier Include:

  • Reduced static electricity
  • No more dried out nasal passages
  • Reduced susceptibility to colds and flu viruses
  • Fewer respiratory-related problems
  • Financial benefits (reduced heating costs)
  • Houseplants survive longer
  • Hardwood floors crack less


What To Know Before you Buy 

Compare Different Types of Units

Furnace humidifiers come in three basic designs, with each offering its own set of benefits and drawbacks. Drum-style units are the most
affordable, but also require the most maintenance according to Flow-thru models help to prohibit mold growth,
but require a built-in floor drain for proper drainage. Spray mist humidifiers are efficient for use with oil or gas-powered
furnaces, but are not intended for use in electric furnaces.

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