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Not only can an overly dry home environment cause structural damage like cracked hardwood floors and molding but, it can also cause nosebleeds, itchy skin, and headaches for you and your family. These signs of poor indoor air quality should always be addressed by a professional to determine what options are available for improving the indoor air quality and proper moisture level in your home.

At R. Poust Inc., we are proud to offer AprilAire brand whole-house humidifiers. These high-quality products have been serving our customers well for many years and we trust their reliability. For more than 45 years the highly-skilled technicians at R. Poust Inc., have been helping customers determine which whole-house humidifier units best suit their needs. We understand this might be a new topic for many of our customers and we are dedicated to answer questions and providing information so that our customers feel confident in the decision that they made. It is no coincidence that many of our customers have been with us from the beginning. When you work with R. Poust Inc., you and your home are treated with respect and courtesy.

What Is Indoor Air Quality?

For many people the tem indoor air quality is something they’ve never heard and the concept is even more foreign. Indoor air quality refers to the degree of ventilation, level of humidity, and amount of pollutants in the air inside of a home. And, since the American Lung Association estimates that most people spend 90% of their time inside – indoor air quality is an important subject, especially for anyone who has chronic respiration troubles or, asthma.

How Can I Improve My Indoor Air Quality?

The number one thing to do to improve your indoor air quality is to identify and try to remove as many sources for air pollutants as possible. Things like washing bedding, vacuuming, and dusting on a weekly basis will help with this. The next step is to establish appropriate humidity levels in your home. There are some bacteria that thrive and grow in environments with low-humidity. During the winter months the humidity in your home can be as low as 5% – 15%.

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

Most people have heard that high levels of moisture will eventually grow bacteria and mold. However, it is not as widely known that low-humidity levels can do the same thing. Some bacteria thrive in low-humidity environments. A whole-house humidifier can keep track of and adjust the moisture level in your home keeping it at the proper level to reduce the chances of bacteria growth.

The team at R. Poust Inc., is proud to provide the residents of Randolph with expert whole-house humidifier service. Our operations are fully computerized making it easier and more efficient to track the maintenance of your equipment and all of our technicians are highly-trained professionals. When you work with R. Poust Inc., you can trust that you are working with the best. Many of our customers have been working with us for 20+ years and continue to come back for our reliable and trustworthy service.


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