Dry indoor air can be a source of physical discomfort, property damage and static electricity throughout your home. Dry indoor air is more common in winter, but no matter when it occurs, the Lennox line of Healthy Climate Solutions whole-house humidifiers offered by Arpi’s Industries Ltd. can increase the relative humidity level in your home and resolve problems associated with dry indoor air.
Dry air in your home can cause irritated throats, itchy skin, and scratchy eyes. It can aggravate respiratory conditions such as asthma and allergies. It can cause wood furnishings and paneling to warp and crack. Excessively dry air can make you feel cooler than the actual temperature of the room, which can be a significant winter nuisance. Increases in static electricity in your home can also be caused by dry indoor air. Static electricity causes those little shocks you sometimes get when touching a metal object. It can also damage electronics such as computers and sound systems.
Lennox Maximum Comfort home humidification systems can effectively increase the amount of moisture in your indoor air, raising the relative humidity and relieving physical discomfort and other problems caused by dry air. These systems are usually placed within the airflow of your existing forced-air HVAC system. Air enters the humidifier, where moisture is added in the form of water vapor. The moistened air exits the humidifier and continues on its way through your home, conditioning your living spaces and increasing relative humidity.
At Arpi’s, we offer three major models of Lennox Healthy Climate solutions:
For more than 49 years, Arpi’s Industries Ltd. has been a leading provider of professional HVAC and home comfort services to customers in Calgary, Alberta and surrounding areas. Contact us today for more information on indoor humidification and for access to a full selection of Healthy Climate Solutions and humidifiers.
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