Jack Lehr Heating, Cooling & Electric has been specializing in residential and commercial HVAC and electrical services for more than 45 years. We are a local, family-owned business dedicated to providing exceptional service, the highest quality parts and equipment, and superior results.
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You don’t need us to tell you that temperature control is important. Maintaining comfort and keeping the extremes of our variable New Jersey weather is an absolute must! But were you aware that the humidity level in your home not only plays an important role in the quality of heating and cooling of your home, but also your health?
The experts at Jack Lehr Heating, Cooling & Electric are here again to let you in on the ins and outs of home humidity levels, how they’re important to you, and what type of humidifier is the perfect fit for your home!
Looking for whole house humidifier installation for your Greater Lehigh Valley home? Contact us today to find out what we have to offer, and how we can bring you the installation services you need!
Humidity is literally defined as the state or quality of being humid, or a quantity representing the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere. This is important to us, because as humans we require a bare minimum of thirty percent atmospheric humidity. The optimal percentage is between thirty and fifty, leaning more toward the higher number.
Without this appropriate humidity level, you can experience skin irritation, respiratory irritation, and dry nasal passages that can lead to nosebleeds. Critically low humidity (below thirty percent) can also have a large negative impact on allergies and other common respiratory issues.
Additionally, low humidity levels can restrict the effectiveness of your heating and cooling systems, and have demonstrably bad effects on wood, antiques and other home items.
There are two categories for a humidifier: Portable, and whole house. Which is the best choice for you? Well, there are some specific factors to consider (Though we won’t pull your leg, there’s a clearly preferable choice. Mostly):
Ready to take the first step in providing your home and its occupants with healthy, consistent air quality and moisture levels? Contact Jack Lehr today! We can provide all of the service, skill and expertise needed to ensure you get the best system for your home, and can offer a flawless installation!