Utah is known for dry winter air! If you do not maintain proper humidity levels in the home, it can lead to health problems including allergies, asthma, and nosebleeds. A furnace humidifier is designed to improve the level of humidity throughout the home. R&D Heating and Air can provide furnace humidifier installation directly to your water supply while you go about your day-to-day living.
Whole-Home Humidifiers Improve Energy Bills
A furnace humidifier can reduce the heating costs in the winter as the air feels warmer and homeowners no longer feel the need to set the temperature higher on the thermostat. Since the whole-home humidifier is directly connected to the water supply, you don’t need to worry about refilling a humidifier tank.
In addition to improving your energy costs, humidifiers can help your wood flooring and furniture. Keeping the homes minimum humidity level to 35% decreases the risk of wood splitting along the grain.
How Does a Furnace Humidifier Work?
Whole-Home humidifiers connect to the water supply and are installed onto the main heating and cooling system. When the furnace is in use, the warm air will pass through a fan that pushes air through the ducts where it then flows past a humidifier and to the rooms in the home.
Stay warm and healthy year-round with a whole-home humidifier. Contact R&D Heating and Air today to schedule an appointment to assess your home for a whole home humidifier, 801-436-5213.