Do you have extremely dry air in your house that’s causing dry skin, bloody noses, or irritated sinuses – especially in the winter months? You can add moisture to your house through a humidifier. Call StoneBridge Heating & Air Conditioning for AC humidifier installation and repairs in Tyler, TX. We offer straightforward pricing.
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Benefits of Installing a Humidifier in Your Home
Installing a humidifier in your house can lead to many benefits for your household, including:
- Added moisture to indoor air during the winter months.
- Increased interior comfort.
- Relief from irritated sinuses.
- Less dry skin.
- Reduced snoring.
- Relief from a dry throat.
- Less cracked lips and nose bleeds.
Common Problems With Humidifiers
When you install a humidifier in your home, you might experience occasional problems with it that will require professional repairs. Some of the more common issues you might encounter are:
- The unit isn’t producing the right amount of moisture needed for your home. This can be the result of either the sponge pad accumulating too many minerals or the unit is not level.
- The water inlet is clogged with minerals.
- The drain is blocked, causing leaks to occur along the line. High water pressure can also cause this issue.
- The system will only activate if it’s set on a humidity level that’s higher than the current one in your home.
Is there too much moisture in your home? Lower the humidity levels when you contact us about our dehumidifier services.
Required Maintenance for Humidifiers
Keep your humidifier properly maintained to ensure it works as expected. Some maintenance tasks you should perform regularly are:
- Check the water evaporator pad. It can become clogged with mineral deposits.
- Inspect the blower motor. The motors in humidifiers can break down and need to be replaced, which will require professional services.
- Check the water inlet valve, as these can become clogged or stuck, reducing the amount of water the humidifier has access to. This can cause the unit to produce less moisture since it has less water available.