With air temperatures and pressure varying greatly over time, the climate within our living spaces isn't always conducive to healthy living. Conditioned environments also tend to be drier than normal, causing issues with people who suffer from dry skin, respiratory problems or even snoring. For those reasons and more, the experts at HSE Home Comfort are more than qualified to guide you through the differences between the various makes and models of humidifiers. We’ll help you find a system that can stabilize your living environment, making it healthier and more comfortable.
Although there are a few different types of humidifiers, either drum, flow-through or steam, generally speaking, they all add humidity to the air in a living space in the same way. Flow-through and steam models are preferred since they do not require standing water to provide the humidity. This means no chance of the growth of mold and mildew. Whether drum, flow-through or steam, a humidifier can:
- impede the spread of airborne bacteria and viruses
- prevent snoring and sometimes even ease sleep apnea
- relieve allergies by dampening the air passages and making it difficult for dust, dander and pollen to move
- reduce static cling
- help preserve certain materials like wood and paper
With the numerous brands available, you need the qualified experts at HSE to find a humidifying system that is best suited for your individual needs. If you are an allergy sufferer, snorer, have dry skin or just want to improve the breathable air quality in your home, call HSE Home Comfort at 800-324-2305 or send an email to schedule an appointment.
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