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Whole house humidifiers introduce water vapor into your home air. Attached to your duct system and water line, a top-of-the-line humidifier relieves dry winter air and offers several health benefits. Contact One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning to install or service your whole house humidifier.

Humidifier Installation

Installing a whole house humidifier is a multistep process involving cutting precise holes in your ducts and making attachments to a cold water line. Bring out a knowledgeable One Hour Air technician to install your humidifier, so can enjoy the benefits right away.

Humidifier Maintenance

In order to continue to reap the benefits from your humidifier, you need to ensure it stays in good shape. Without maintenance, hard water and algae invade a humidifier, shortening its lifespan. Routine maintenance from an expert One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning technician keeps your humidifier as beneficial to your health as the day it was installed.

Humidifiers For My Health

For people with respiratory conditions, such as allergies and asthma, living with unpleasant symptoms is a fact of life. Symptoms such as congestion, pressure, and a persistent cough. Adding moisture to the air with a humidifier has been proven to lessen these symptoms. Work with a One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning expert to bring the relief of a whole house humidifier to your home.

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