Humidifier Services in Boston, Middlesex and Suffolk County Areas

Winter is the season where the air in your home is at its driest. Cold air can’t retain a lot of moisture and, combined with the fact that you’ll be using your heater more often, it makes your indoor environment uncomfortable.

Your body will have a hard time adjusting to the changing atmosphere. Because of this, you’re more prone to developing the following health issues:

  • Dry skin
  • Dry cough
  • Dry throat
  • Chapped lips
  • Nasal congestion
  • Skin and eye irritation
  • The winter itch
  • Inflamed sinuses

Fortunately, the effects of dry air can be easily prevented by having a humidifier in your home.

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It’s simple to understand how a humidifier works. To reintroduce moisture in the air, the appliance will spray a mist of vapor into the room.

The difficult part is choosing the right type for your property. Humidifiers come in different models, but the most commonly used include:

Impeller – uses a rotating disc to send water through a diffuser. The water is then broken down into smaller droplets before they’re released in the air – coming out as a fog-like mist. It’s small but powerful enough to service big spaces.

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Central humidifier – this type is connected to the home’s plumbing system and installed directly in the HVAC. It’s called a central humidifier because it can humidify the entire building at once.

Evaporator – the evaporator is designed to provide humidity at the most basic level. It transfers water from its basin to a wick that’s placed next to a fan. When used, the fan blows the wick, which releases the evaporated water into the air.

Ultrasonic humidifier – the ultrasonic humidifier uses high-frequency technology to create a vibration in the water. This causes the water to break into small droplets, which are then released into the air.

If you’re having trouble selecting a humidifier for your property, contact Bright Star today. Our air quality and ventilation experts will show you which model suits your needs and your budget.

We can also prepare your indoor air for the winter by applying other HVAC system services. If you’re interested, just give us a call at 978-233-3656. Our company helps properties in Boston, Middlesex and Suffolk County areas.

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