Your Indian River Humidifier Experts
Cold weather is harsh enough on its own, causing Indian River residents to have to bundle under multiple layers of clothing just to get into the vehicle when leaving the house. However, there are other problems cold air causes that many aren’t aware of. Cold air, and air in cold climates in general, is extremely dry. Dry air has a number of negative effects on health and general wellbeing. That is why M&M Plumbing, Heating, Cooling offers humidifiers. We understand the harsh weather in Indian River can wreak havoc on your home and health, and since your comfort and safety are important to us, we want to help. This dedication to the people of Indian River and our commitment to service excellence is why we are the top choice for humidifier supplier in the area.
How Humidifiers Work
The most common type of humidifier is called an evaporative humidifier. It works through a water reservoir feeding water to a basin from which a wick soaks up the water and is released into the air by a fan. Before the moisture reaches the air it passes through a filter that evaporates it into water vapor. There are many other types of humidifiers that use different mechanisms to do almost the same thing. Steam humidifiers, rather than evaporate the water, it boils it and releases the steam. An impeller flings water into a diffuser that breaks the water into fine droplets. Ultrasonic humidifiers break down water into fine droplets using a vibrating diaphragm.
If you don’t currently enjoy the benefits of a humidifier in your home or office, here are a few of the advantages one will afford you:
Humidifiers Help Keep You Healthy
Dry air exacerbates a number of health issues. In dry air, sinuses cannot drain properly often causing sinusitis. When your nasal passages are dried out, getting over colds or allergy issues becomes complicated, and you could be prone to more asthma attacks. Nose bleeds can also occur in extremely dry (and cold) climates. A humidifier solves these issues easily by releasing moisture into the air. This moisture lubricates your nasal passages, allowing your sinuses to work properly. Moist air is also very good for vibrant and young looking skin, and it keeps your throat from drying out which alleviates snoring.
Humidifiers Help Maintain the Value of Your Home
In drier climates, wood is prone to drying out and cracking. This could be bad for hardwood floors, furniture, wood blinds and shutters. Dry air also can cause wallpaper to peel. With a humidifier, you can protect your property from these issues by keeping a comfortable level of moisture in your indoor air.
Aside from these benefits, it is worth noting that babies sleep better with a humidifier and the indoor air created by a humidifier is also ideal for indoor plants.
Our Indian River Humidifier Experts Provide the Following Services
- Evaporative Humidifiers
- Vaporizers (Steam Humidifier)
- Ultrasonic Humidifiers