Properly installed humidification systems offer the ability to keep moisture levels at the optimum amounts of 35%-50% for the health and comfort of homeowners. Controlling humidity is an issue in extreme weather areas like Calgary. The professionals here at Arpi’s are trained to analyze and recommend affordable solutions for such humidity problems.
Humidification systems are designed to maintain a level of moisture that keeps everyone comfortable. No more scratchy, dry throats from too little water in the air! This can become a more noticeable problem in the winter or in naturally dry climates, like ours.
Also, static electricity that often results from too low humidity levels can be a real threat to computers and other types of valuable electronic equipment. Wooden floors and expensive furniture can also be damaged from drying out too much.
On the other hand, without proper humidification systems, too much moisture can become a breeding ground for mold spores, dust mites, and other bacteria. Feeling sticky and uncomfortable in the dampness is unpleasant at best and unhealthy, even dangerous at the worst. Asthma and other respiratory ailments can be triggered in these conditions.
Telltale signs of an excessive humidity problem might be condensation on water pipes, damp, musty smells, or stains showing up on walls or ceilings. By adding one of our humidification systems to your existing HVAC equipment, we can effectively solve this problem and move your humidity levels back into the safe range where they can be maintained.
If you are concerned that the allergies and frequent illnesses being experienced by your family or employees may be rooted in a problem with excessive dampness or dryness in your home, consider a consultation with our experienced professionals. If, in fact, moisture levels are an issue, we can help you correct this problem with affordable energy-saving solutions.
Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about whole house humidification systems and other HVAC topics, click here to download our free Home Comfort Resource guide.