Air quality in your home is about balance. Furnace Doctors has experts on hand to assess and develop solutions for your home in the Twin Cities area to get you the best air quality possible. Part of servicing air quality is maintaining the right humidity. If your home is too moist, problems occur. If your home is too dry, problems also occur. Let the experts at Furnace Doctors find the balance for your air quality in your Minneapolis home.
Dry air in your home is more than just “stuffy.” Dry air can make you and your family more susceptible to health issues like colds and respiratory infections. Dry air can also damage prized furniture items. Our experts can provide air quality control services that measure your indoor humidity and regulate it with our humidity control systems.
Moist air in your home can promote growth of all kinds of things that are bad for your health. Mold, bacteria, fungi, and dust mites all love moist air. Growth of these things not only affects your health. Air that is too moist from growth of mold and fungi can damage our possessions. It is critical for your health and your possessions to keep your home at an optimal humidity. Furnace Doctors can design a system to fit you and your family’s needs.
Did you know that you feel colder in dry air and warmer in moist air? In the winter, if the air is too dry, you feel the cold more and raise the thermostat, and increase your utility bill. The inverse is true also: air that is too moist makes you feel too warm. In the summer, if the air is too moist, you feel warm, and lower the thermostat and increase your utility bill. Ideally, you want your humidity in your home to be 35-45%. Our professionals can measure the humidity your home, and design solutions to keep your humidity at optimal levels for your comfort and your budget.
Furnace Doctors has your solution for humidity control in your home in the Twin Cities area. Our experts can design a whole home humidity control system to protect your health and your possessions. Our professional technicians can install your humidity control system today. To make an appointment for a free in-home consultation or for more information, give us a call or message us.