A wise way to select the right humidifier in the Niagara Region is by having Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning complete a Home Health™ Report Card.
Your space has its own challenges, and all families are different. So, each humidification need also varies. Our evaluation will confirm you’re getting the ideal option to fit your heating and cooling unit.
A whole-house humidifier receives water straight from your water supply, and the water panel just needs to be changed a couple of times during the winter season. There are higher up-front costs, but there’s also less upkeep.
There are several factors to think over when buying a humidifier for your home, and Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning can help you be knowledgeable about and go over all options.
Review size—A humidifier's capacity, or the level of water it can release in 24 hours, should meet your household’s needs. Its size is determined as gallons per day. You can figure out the correct size for your residence by multiplying total floor area by ceiling height.
Think over the cost—You should also be knowledgeable about operating and upkeep expenses. Some styles use more energy than others, so finding the option that’s right for your residence and wallet is important.