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Whole Home Humidifier Installation

Just the same as an overly moist environment can be harmful to your home by harboring the growth of mold and some moisture-loving bacteria, an overly dry home environment can have a negative impact. For instance, if the air in your home is too dry you might notice things like your hardwood floors cracking, or the molding and trim around your home starting to split. Also, you might experience physical symptoms include waking up with a sore throat or nose bleeds.

For years, the team at R. Poust Inc., has been proud to offer the high-quality and reliable whole-house humidifier product line from AprilAire. An ideal way to establish the healthiest level of moisture in your home, a whole-house humidifier is safe and effective. If you have questions about which unit would be best for you and your family, don’t hesitate to consult with one of our expert technicians. We are dedicated to providing our customers with exceptional service and support.

What Is Indoor Air Quality?

The term indoor air quality applies to the collective quality of air inside a home building as judged by three elements: the level of moisture, the degree of ventilation, and the concentration of pollutants. Most homeowners don’t think about whether or not the air in their home is of high quality, however, the American Lung Association reports that the majority of people spend 90% of their time inside, making indoor air quality an important subject.

How Can I Improve My Indoor Air Quality?

The very first step to take in improving your indoor air quality is to establish and try to remove as many of the air pollutants as you can. Activities like vacuuming, dusting, and washing bedding on a weekly basis can help with this. Also, for some people installing hardwood floor is helpful in reducing allergens. The next step is to determine and establish the ideal humidity level for you home. Just as there are bacteria that prefer moist environment, there are also those that prefer dry environments so the balance is key. Installing whole-house humidifier will help take the mystery out of this by using a sensor to read and maintain the ideal moisture level.

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

While there are some bacteria that thrive in high-moisture environments, there are also those that prefer environments that are overly dry. For this reason it is important not to guess at how much moisture is good for your indoor air but, rather have it measured and maintained. A whole-house humidifier will use a sensor to determine the current level of moisture in your home and will work to maintain that level, reducing the chances of any types of bacteria from growing.

The highly-skilled professional technicians at R. Poust Inc., are very familiar with all types of whole-house humidifiers and can help you to determine which unit would be best for you. Our team has been providing humidifier services to the residents of Newton for more than 45 years and we are proud to have earned a reputation for being honest and reliable. We started in the business over 45 years ago and many of our customers have been with us from the beginning. Our company motto is “Business Built on Quality” and we aim to uphold that motto in all of our customer interactions.


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