A good way to choose the correct humidifier in Dayton is by having Stevenson Service Experts do a Home Health™ Report Card.
Every space is unique, and every family is different. So, your humidification need also varies. Our analysis will ensure you’re gaining the best resolution to fit your HVAC system.
A whole-house humidifier gets water straight from your water supply, and the water panel just requires changing a few times during the winter weather. There are added setup costs, but there’s also less upkeep.
There are a few things to think over when purchasing a humidifier for your home, and Stevenson Service Experts can help you understand and go through all solutions.
Evaluate size—A humidifier's capacity, or the level of liquid it can disperse in a day, should meet your home’s needs. Its volume is determined as gallons per day. You can determine the correct size for your house by multiplying total floor area by ceiling height.
Think about the expense—You should also be sure of operating and upkeep bills. Some models need more energy than others, so selecting the type that’s right for your home and wallet is important.