Humidifier improves comfort and energy efficiency

The winters in South Bend, IN, are difficult, but temperatures in the teens require a powerful heat system. The boiler in my property blasts at maximum capacity just about twenty-four hours a afternoon for approximately eight months. The air becomes especially dry! When there is insufficient humidity, the air tends to feel colder. This leads to higher thermostat settings, a greater demand on the boiler and higher yearly bills! Plus, it worsens the problem. The air can become so dry that it causes hardwood floors, doors, moldings and furnishing to crack. The dry air dries out nasal passages, making family members more susceptible to colds, flu and respiratory infection, and coughing, sneezing, headaches, bloody noses, difficulty tired and angry symptoms of asthma, allergies, psoriasis and eczema are some of the consequences, however i tried portable humidifiers and noticed no improvement. I finally consulted with a local Heating, Ventilation, and A/C supplier from South Bend to get some recommendations. The specialist advised the replacement of a whole-property humidifier. I researched and learned that there are three odd types of humidifiers. There are steam-style, bypass and fan-style humidifiers that accommodate odd sizes of homes and labor either in tandem with or independently from the boiler. I decided on a steam-style humidifier because it produces moisture undoubtedly naturally. It uses electrodes to convert water into steam and introduce it into the heated air. The humidifier runs virtually silently and requires only annual service. It makes an improvement throughout every room in the house, elevating comfort and indoor air quality… Because I’ve been able to lower the thermostat setting a bit, the savings on the yearly bills have reuseed the cost of the humidifier.

South Bend Indiana HVAC system