While insufficient humidity is most prevalent during the winter months, it can be a problem at any time of year. Operating the furnace, as well as turning up the air conditioning, can lead to a drop in moisture and a long list of resulting problems. It’s best to be proactive. Through a range of whole-home humidifiers, Aaron & Trecker Heating & Air Conditioning handles the needs of all styles and sizes of homes and commercial facilities, maintaining ideal moisture levels between 40 and 60%, despite severe weather in Lake Zurich, Illinois & Surrounding Communities.
Improve Indoor Air with a Humidifier Installation
Cold winter weather and dry air contributes to higher thermostat settings. You might be very well paying higher utility bills for far less comfort. Fortunately, the solution is both simple and cost-effective. Whole-home humidification accommodates nearly all types of HVAC systems, operates silently, requires little maintenance, and pays for itself. As a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer, Aaron & Trecker Heating & Air Conditioning draws from a wide selection of innovative options, including bypass, steam-style, and fan-powered humidifiers, to meet your specific needs and goals. Contact Aaron & Trecker Heating & Air Conditioning at 847-613-4313 and let our NATE-certified professionals deliver lasting improvement to the health and comfort of your indoor space anywhere throughout Lake Zurich, Hawthorn Woods, Kildeer, Deer Park, Long Grove, Barrington, Mundelein, Buffalo Grove, Palatine, Vernon Hills, Wheeling & Arlington Heights, IL. We are the small company with big capabilities.
Insufficient humidity levels lead to numerous issues, such as:
- Encourages respiratory infections and irritations
- Transmission of airborne bacteria and viruses is 70% higher
- Dry air feels colder, resulting in higher thermostat settings
- Dry skin, itchy eyes, irritation of throat and sinuses
- Dried nasal passages/bloody noses
- Frizzy hair
- Chapped lips
- Static shock & static cling
- Greater vulnerability to catching cold or flu
- Damage to hardwood floors and furniture