AirEase Whole-House Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers
AirEase humidifiers and dehumidifiers in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, make your home feel more pleasant at an energy-focused setting.
When you think about a humidifier or dehumidifier, you probably think of moving a transportable model across your home. (And dropping water as you walk.) AirEase whole-home solutions get rid of all of those frustrations, because they pair with your home comfort equipment.
During the cold days, AirEase humidifiers let you eliminate dry air in your house. This permits you to relieve chapped skin and respiratory issues. Since correctly humidified air appears warmer, you can place your thermostat at a lower temp and save more on energy bills.
In the summer, a whole-home dehumidifier removes moisture from the air. This makes your home seem less moist and hot while curbing mold and mildew development.
Even when there’s extreme humidity in the air outside, dehumidified air lets your home feel better. And grant you the power to keep your thermostat at a warmer temperature. Placing it just two degrees hotter can make a big difference and save you up to 5–7% on your utility expenses.
If you don’t at present possess a AirEase furnace or air conditioner, don’t fret. Some humidity control equipment can function with any brand or model. Call the Lycoming Heating Company heating and cooling specialists at 570-326-4450 now. We’ll help you single out the correct humidity control system for your house.
How do You Know if You Need a Whole House Humidifier or Dehumidifier?
With a variety of kinds of humidifiers available, you may not recognize what’s right for your house. Watch out for these signs that you likely need to add supplemental humidity or get rid of extra wetness from the air in your home.
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9 Signals You Need to Find a Humidifier
Dry places are often pointed out as being an optimal place to settle down, but they also have their downsides. Cold temperatures in any area can also generate issues in your home. Excess low humidity air can lead to:
- Respiratory issues
- Sore throat or frequent coughing
- Dry, irritated nasal passages
- Dry, itchy skin
- Rough lips
- Static shock
- Flaking or cracked wallpaper
- Warped or fracturing wood
- Damage to household items
8 Signs You Need a Dehumidifier
You could have too much moisture in your home if you have any of the ensuing challenges:
- Constantly damp rooms
- Musty stench
- Flaking or cracking paint
- Condensation marks on your ceiling
- Soggy or sweaty sensation in the air
- Frost or condensation on the windows
- Flaking wallpaper
- Adjusting your thermostat or switching on air conditioning often to feel more comfortable
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We’ll Help Your Home Feel More Pleasant
When you select whole-home humidity control, you can feel more comfort, cheaper energy expenses and a space that just feels better. Contact us at 570-326-4450 or contact us online to book an appointment to find a new level of comfort.