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Your Home’s Humidification Service Today!
Call (714) 613-1016 Today to Request Your Home’s Humidification Service!
You know the temperature of the air affects your family’s comfort, but did you realize the amount of moisture in the air is just as important? If the air in your home is too dry, you and your home can experience a number of problems, including:
- Static electricity
- Dry skin
- Sinus issues
- Damage to woodwork
- Bacteria and viruses
If you want to improve your comfort and prevent problems related to air that’s too try, consider adding a humidification system to your home. The highly skilled experts from Dial One Sonshine can listen to your concerns about dry air and see whether your home’s humidity levels are ideal. If not, they can recommend the best humidification system for your family’s needs.
Dehumidification Services, Too
Some homeowners have a need to reduce the humidity in their homes. That’s when a whole-home dehumidifier can be helpful. A whole-home dehumidifier works in conjunction with your air conditioner or heat pump to extract water vapor from the air and send it to a drain. That reduces the humidity in your home’s air, improving your comfort. A dehumidifier may be a smart move if you’ve experienced any of these symptoms of high indoor humidity:
- Stale, muggy air
- Musty smells
- Problems with mildew or mold spots
- Damp areas or water stains on walls or floors
- Fogging windows
Dial One Sonshine’s highly skilled dehumidification experts can analyze your home’s needs and explain the best options for making your home more comfortable!
Call (714) 613-1016 to schedule same-day humidification service or contact us online now!
Which Humidifier Is Right For Your Home?
Homeowners can choose from many different types of humidifiers, but some are better choices than others, depending upon your needs. When you call Dial One Sonshine, our highly skilled humidifier experts will identify the most effective way to address your home’s needs. Humidifier types include:
- Central Humidifiers
The most effective type for improving humidity in your entire home, central humidifiers are built into your home’s air conditioner or heat pump and connected to your water supply.
An inexpensive approach, evaporators use fans to blow air through a wet filter. They’re usually only effective for small spaces and often put more moisture in the air than is needed, which can lead to problems with mold and damp smells.
These use electricity to heat water and turn it into steam. They’re portable, but can only humidify a small area, and some can cause burns if kids or pets get too close.
- Ultrasonic Humidifiers
These units use a diaphragm that vibrates to create sounds beyond human hearing. Those vibrations create cool water droplets that are propelled into the home using a fan. Most are silent and require little maintenance.
- Impeller Humidifiers
This common type of humidifier uses a rotating disc that creates and sprays a cool mist into the air. They tend to be inexpensive, but can only humidify a small area, and require regular cleaning to keep bacteria from developing.