Indoor Air Quality; Humidification

Indoor Air Quality Humidification

In Lake Palestine, Jacksonville, Bullard, Flint and Whitehouse, Texas

Indoor Air Quality Humidification

Indoor Air Quality HumidificationHumidification in Texas is always a hot topic. While we cannot control the humidity outside, we can on the inside of our homes or businesses. Using a humidifier to add and a dehumidifier to subtract moisture from the air.

The most common is dehumidification systems in Texas to reduce the humidity trapped in our living or working environment. There are pros and cons for both, so you should seek our expert advise.

Excess humidity trapped in your home contributes to mold and mildew that may be dangerous to the health of your entire family. High moisture levels also allow dust mites and other pests to thrive causing additional issues. It also leads to condensation on your windows, not to mention how it makes everyone feel.

Insufficient moisture levels lead to problems for homeowners as well. Dry air causes paint to peel and wallpaper to detach. It contributes to annoying static electricity and general overall discomfort. According to the National Institutes of Health, adding moisture to overly dry air may relieve coughs and improve dry winter eyes, skin and nasal passages.

Better Indoor Air Humidification? Call (903) 721-3650