Indoor Air Quality & Humidifiers

During the wintertime and in hot, dry climates, dry air inside your home can make you uncomfortable and cause damage to your belongings. The addition of an American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning humidifier is just the thing to restore the right amount of moisture to your home's air—for superior home comfort.




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We provide:

Air Cleaners


An air exchanger removes your home's stale indoor air and replaces it with an equal amount of fresh outdoor air. Plus, it recovers heat and moisture from the exchanged air in the winter, and pre-cools and dehumidifies incoming air in the summer. The result: a more comfortable, healthy, energy-efficient home for you and your family.


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Irritation and Discomfort:
When you heat your home, indoor humidity levels fall below the optimum range. This causes you to experience the discomfort of too-dry itchy skin, annoying static shocks and being “too cold” at normal temperatures.


Unhealthy Air:
Viruses thrive in low humidity conditions and can actually increase the likelihood of getting colds, flu and other upper respiratory ailments. The American Society of Otolaryngology advises that it is important to prevent an overly dry environment because it significantly increases susceptibility to infection.


Home Damage:
When heated air isn’t properly humidified, it causes walls and ceilings to crack and wood floors and trim to separate. Expensive musical instruments can go out of tune and electronic equipment and fall victim to static electric charges, requiring expensive repair or replacement.


Higher Energy Costs: 
Dry air robs the moisture from your skin, making you feel colder, which means you turn up the heat. Dry air also shrinks the framing around doors and windows, resulting in gaps that let in cold air from the outside, making your home less energy efficient.