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Whole-House Humidifiers

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The correct humidity level in your home is essential for not only your comfort, but also for your health. When your humidity is too low or too high indoors, both your home and your body suffer the consequences. At Kliemann Brothers, we can help regulate your humidity levels properly with a whole-house humidifier.

What Can Happen Without One

During the colder season, our inside air becomes drier, requiring additional humidity. When the warmer season is here, our inside air is moister, requiring less humidity. When these ratios get out of proportion, your home’s comfort turns upside down. Your body reacts to the difference and so does your home.

Our professionals know your air conditioner goes a long way in contributing to your humidity control. But we also know it may not be enough in many cases. And if your humidity is too high, your air conditioner will work harder to cool your home, costing you more money, without ever achieving the comfort you expect. This is where your air conditioner can benefit from a humidifier. It works alongside your current heating-and-cooling system, accessing flowing water from your plumbing system, giving you the right level of humidity for your home.

Inappropriate humidity levels cause negative ramifications of distress. With both lower and higher humidity levels, respiratory illnesses can start appearing and physical damage to your home occurs.

Signs of Too Low Humidity

A whole-house humidifier will add a suitable amount of humidity to your home when your levels are too low, especially when your heater is running during the cooler months. We recommend an ideal level of 35 to 40 percent. Any lower than this, and you may notice some these signs of too-low humidity levels in your home:

  • Cracked wood furniture, instruments, floors, or structural elements
  • Excessive static electricity
  • Allergies or congestion
  • Bloody nose
  • Sore throat
  • Pronounced snoring
  • Headaches
  • Dry skin
  • Respiratory issues

Whole-House Humidifier Benefits

When you install a whole-house humidifier, in addition to the leading benefit of increased home comfort, you will reap others as well:

  • Lower energy bills, particularly heating costs
  • Better physical health
  • Protection for wood home contents like furniture, instruments, floors, or structural elements

We Repair, Install, and Maintain Whole-House Humidifiers

Whether you already have a humidifier working in your home or you would like to install one, our trained and knowledgeable experts are here to help. We will get yours up and running in no time if there’s an issue. Alternatively, if you would like us to install a new system—your first one or a replacement—we will accurately calculate the model and size best suited for your home to give you the high level of comfort you expect in your home.

We will also help you maintain your humidifier, to keep it working at its full potential when you need it most and to help promote its long life. Consider participating in our maintenance program, we can keep you on track annually. We have several packages, and our team is happy to assist you in selecting the one right for both your needs and budget.

Call Us for All Your Whole-House Humidifier Needs

At Kliemann Brothers Heating & Air Conditioning, we are expertly trained in home-comfort needs. Our goal is to bring you the highest level of comfort in your home alongside excellent customer service. Call us today at 253-537-0655 so we can help.

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Kliemann Brothers proudly provides HVAC service to Bonney Lake, Burien, Covington, Des Moines, Enumclaw, Fircrest, Gig Harbor, Kent, Port Orchard, Puyallup, Renton, Steilacoom, Tacoma, University Place, and the surrounding communities. Visit our service area page for more coverage details, call us at 253-537-0655, or request service online today.