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What You Should Know about Your Humidifier

Monday, December 18th, 2017

water-dripping-imageHigh humidity can be a huge problem in some parts of the country and at certain times of year, when it can add to the heat of summer and really drag you down. But in the winter in Colorado, we face the opposite problem, and as you may already well know, it can be just as bad. Many people in our areas have humidifiers to ease the trouble, but few know everything they should about their installation and maintenance.

We want to make sure homeowners everywhere have the information they need to stay comfortable. Here’s what we think anyone should know about their humidifiers!

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3 Reasons to Get a Whole-House Humidifier

Monday, March 7th, 2016

With the mild spring and summer climate, yet cold and dry fall and winter climate that we experience here in Colorado Springs, CO, you may have noticed that your indoor air often gets pretty dry. Having too little moisture in the air throughout your home can actually be a pretty serious problem, not to mention annoying. But why is it a problem, and why should you invest in a whole-house humidifier?

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Why Use a Whole-House Humidifier?

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

Living in this area, we don’t have to deal with the issues that an oversaturation of humidity can lead to. However, the fact is that there is a certain amount of humidity which must be present in the air in order for it to be comfortable. Having too little humidity is really no better than having too much, so many homeowners find themselves heading to the hardware store to purchase portable humidifiers. When it comes to adding the right amount of humidity to the air throughout your home, though, there is really no substitute for the effectiveness and efficiency of a whole-house humidifier.

If you think the air in your home is too dry, give the Colorado Springs, CO humidifier pros at Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning a call.

Humid air holds heat more effectively than very dry air does. This means that trying to heat your home effectively during the winter when it is very dry therein can be difficult. Not only can this put unnecessary strain on your HVAC system, it can result in high energy costs. We believe that you deserve better than to pay more money for a lousy performance from your air conditioning system, so give us a call to schedule your whole-house humidifier installation today.

In addition to making it difficult to heat your home sufficiently, very dry air can have a direct impact on your comfort in other ways. If the air is very dry in your home, it only makes sense that your skin will start to dry out as well. This can make it itchy and flaky. You may also find that your throat is often sore or that you get frequent nosebleeds. With the installation of a whole—house humidifier, you can resolve such annoying problems.

A whole-house humidifier in Colorado Springs, CO is a great way in which to make your home a more comfortable place to live. Just remember that these devices are installed directly into HVAC systems. That means that you must schedule your whole-house humidifier installation, replacement, repair, and regular maintenance with a skilled, trained professional. In order to do so, just call upon the technicians at Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning.

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