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Most people are aware that excessive moisture will cause mold to start to grow. In fact, some people have even experienced this in their own homes. However, not everyone knows that not enough moisture can also cause bacteria to grow. If your home is too dry, a special group of bacteria that thrive in low-moisture environments will thrive and become airborne. This can cause you and your family to become infected with illness.

Another important reason to maintain a proper level of moisture in your home is to avoid damage to your hardwood floor and wood trim or molding. They can begin to crack and split apart of the environment in your home does not have enough moisture.

For over 45 years the team of exceptional technicians at R. Poust Inc., have been serving the Hackettstown residents with top-notch service and care. Our team has extensive experience with all different types of whole-house humidifiers and can help you with installation, maintenance, and repair. During the time that we have been in business we have earned a solid reputation for being honest and reliable. We are proud of this reputation and do everything we can to maintain it with each customer interaction.

What Is Indoor Air Quality?

Most homeowners don’t spend any time thinking about the quality of their indoor air. However, it has been reported by the EPA that the level of pollutants indoor can be more than 100 times the concentration of the pollutants outdoors, making indoor air quality a very important consideration. In fact, the American Lung Association has estimated that a significant number of the population spend 90% of their day inside. Indoor air quality is judged on three criteria: the concentration of pollutants, ventilation, and humidity.

How Can I Improve My Indoor Air Quality?

The very first thing that any homeowner needs to do to improve air quality is to reduce the amount of air pollutants in the home. This can be helped by weekly cleaning your house including dusting, vacuuming, and washing bedding. The next step to take is to have a whole-house humidifier installed by the experts at R. Poust Inc. This will put just the right amount of moisture into the air to reduce not only the types of airborne pollutants but, also their ability to go airborne.

How Can A Humidifier Help Improve The Indoor Air Quality of My Home?

Whole-house humidifiers work to read the level of moisture in the air and keep it maintained at a healthy level. By putting just the right amount of moisture in the air in your home airborne pollutants are not able to fly around in the air as easily because the air is heavier. Also, a balanced amount of moisture reduces the opportunity for bacteria to grow because bacteria either need a lot of moisture, or nearly none in order to thrive.

At R. Poust we care about each of our customers and your families. It is important to us that you feel confident in your purchase, that’s why we will always take the time to fully understand your needs and priorities so that we can make the best recommendation of whole-house humidifier for you. For instance, if you have someone in your home with a compromised respiratory system or asthma, a more sophisticated whole-house humidifier would be a good solution. At R. Poust Inc., our team of experts will treat you and your home with respect and courtesy. Our motto is “Business Built on Quality” and we make sure to uphold that motto with each of our interactions.

We offer free estimates for all new and replacement heating & cooling equipment.


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