Winter is coming to Mesa, AZ, and while our cold weather isn’t nearly as bad as it can be in other parts of the country, it still provides homeowners with some unique challenges. Mainly, dry air, which can be a significant impediment to both health and comfort levels when the winter months arrive. We’re a desert community, which means that our air is dry enough as it is. When the temperature falls, it gets even drier, which compounds existing issues and makes things even tougher for local residents. The solution is a whole-house humidifier, which blows vaporized moisture into your home and elevates the humidity levels to a comfortable point. A trained technician can install one in your house fairly easily and help you in a number of different ways.
Dry air can dry out our skin, leading to that horrid itchy feeling, and create static electricity, which leads to painful shocks. Even worse, it can dry out your mucus membranes, which is your body’s primary means of fighting infection and colds. That means an increased chance of illness, as well as those bloody noses that periodically crop up when the air is dry. All of this is compounded during heating season when we close up our homes to keep the warm air in and allow germs and other contaminants to circulate through the air. A humidifier serves as a bulwark against those issues, improving your family’s overall health.
Humidity makes the air feel warmer, which can be a problem during hot summers elsewhere in the country. But here in Mesa, AZ, it can help ease the strain on your heating system in the winter. The system doesn’t have to work as hard and your monthly energy bills will go down as a result. The chances of a breakdown are lowered too, helping your heater last longer.
Call John’s Refrigeration today for humidifier installation and repair.