Keep Your Family Healthy By Controling Your Home's Indoor Humidity

Dealer-HomeownerHumidifier-sml.jpgNo matter what type of climate you live in, the amount of humidity in the air will affect the comfort of your home. The proper functioning of your heating and air conditioning units is always going to be susceptible to the detrimental effects of humidity.

Having the right level of moisture in your house, at all times, will ensure that your HVAC system is working efficiently for you. The right measure of humidity will enable your home to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Did you know that too much moisture in the house can leave you and your family open to illnesses such as cold viruses, respiratory infections and asthmatic reactions? The ideal humidity range is 45% to 55%. If the humidity range is too low, it can also increase your chances of developing dry, itchy skin. You can help reduce moisture in the home with the use of a high-efficiency heating and air conditioning system during the high humidity months, and you can increase the moisture in your home using a patented Bryant® TruSteam® humidifier during the lower humidity months. This device relies on the furnace or fan coil blower to deliver moisture vapor throughout every room in your house. It also improves your whole-home comfort by reducing the effects of dryness which include static, sore throats, and irritation of the sinuses. We also recommend a Bryant perfect air purifier to trap dangerous bacteria, viruses, pollen and mold before these "uninvited guests" circulate the air throughout your house. Reese Services can install a whole house humidifier or air filtration system. Before we make the installation, our technician might recommend service maintenance on your HVAC unit in order to ensure that it is running at its most optimal capability.

Our Nate certified technicians can assist you with any questions you may have on Bryant humidifiers and air purifier systems. Contact Reese Services today to sign up for a service maintenance agreement. An agreement will provide regular scheduled maintenance, discover worn and weak parts before they leave you stranded, lower utility bills, and leave you with Reese Peace of Mind.