Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers Keep Perfect Comfort Levels Year-Round

When you think about humidity, hot and sticky summer days usually come to mind first. But in your home, it plays an important role in your comfort all year long. At Roth Heating Company, we have the indoor air quality solutions and know-how to help you keep moisture levels balanced with whole-home humidifiers and dehumidifiers.

How Do Air Humidifiers Work?

During the winter, the cold saps a lot of moisture from the air. Whole-home humidifiers add water right back into the mix, helping alleviate problems such as dry and itchy skin, nose bleeds, and frequent colds. That added humidity also helps you feel warmer in the wintertime without you having to touch the thermostat, which could mean lower energy bills every month. Balanced humidity levels even help protect the house itself, as overly dry air can damage wood furniture, floors, and doors.

How Do Dehumidifiers Help?

Summertime is when you’re most likely to feel excess humidity. This is where dehumidifiers come in—they work alongside your air conditioner to pull extra moisture from the air. The process cuts down on problems linked to heavy air, including:

  • Allergy and asthma symptoms
  • Mold, mildew, and musty odors
  • Feeling damp and sticky
  • Heat discomfort

Whole-home dehumidifiers also help you feel cooler without the need for cranking the A/C, making for a more energy-efficient home.

Want to Improve Your Home Indoor Air Quality? Call Roth Heating

Generally, you want your home’s humidity levels to stay between 40 and 50 percent. With humidifiers and dehumidifiers installed by the experts at Roth Heating, you’ll never have to worry about falling outside that range. Our pros can recommend and install indoor air quality systems of all kinds to help you breathe easier today. Contact our experts now to keep your air clean and healthy—414-764-4700 for our Oak Creek location or 262-534-5568 for Waterford.

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Studies show that without indoor air quality products, the air inside your home is more polluted than the air outside.

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