Your furnace works wonders for keeping you warm, but winter also brings dry indoor air—and dry skin, chapped lips, and static shock come with it. Put moisture back into your space’s air supply with a humidifier from Jack Lehr.
Whole-House Humidifier Installation
We sell and install humidifiers that are completely automated—you’ll never have to worry about making manual adjustments to ensure your home is at its optimal humidity. Advances in humidifier technology mean newer units can deliver up to 50 percent more moisture than older ones, and they also utilize outdoor temperature sensors to eliminate any need to make manual adjustments if the temperature changes.
The experts at Jack Lehr can help you find the ideal humidifier to work with your existing HVAC unit. Our humidifiers do not use standing water that can be a breeding ground for mold spores and other allergens.
Ready to install a whole-home humidifier in Allentown or a nearby area? Contact us today!
Is a Whole-House Humidifier Right for My Home?
Most homeowners deal with a struggle that is fairly common in Allentown, and even Pennsylvania as a whole: we need our air conditioning systems and furnaces all year long. And while HVAC systems are a wonderful way to keep comfortable, they all also create a problem by dehumidifying our homes—often to excess. If you’ve been weighing the pros and cons of installing whole-house humidifiers, one thing we can absolutely say is that humidifiers are ideal for improving comfort, reducing complications commonly caused by low humidity levels, and even offering some additional perks.
The Benefits of a Whole-Home Humidifier
A system that simply adds some moisture to your home air can’t be all that impactful, right? Actually, they can! By choosing to install one of the many different types of humidifiers offered by the team at Jack Lehr you can expect:
- Cleaner, healthier home air. Adequate moisture levels in your home will help to combat the presence of common allergens like dust, dander, and some pathogens.
- Improved comfort. If air is too dry, it can make you feel colder and feel the need to keep bumping that furnace up higher and higher.
- Reduced dry skin problems. Dry air causes chapped lips, dry skin, and static shock, and it can even be one of the leading causes of frequent nosebleeds.
- Protection for your furniture. Many items in your home are susceptible to dry air including wood furniture, paint, and even electronics.
Whole-home humidifiers come with all of these perks, and they’re easy to maintain as well! All you need to do is clean the reservoir and components every now and then to ensure no mold grows in the system, and you’re good to go. If you’re looking to enjoy cleaner, healthier air in your home, a humidifier is a great way to get it!
Humidifiers are designed to keep the optimal levels of moisture in your air from one winter to the next, but if something goes wrong with your humidifier, call the experts at Jack Lehr.
Schedule service for your whole-house humidifier.
Why Choose Jack Lehr for HVAC Accessories in Allentown, PA?
For more than 40 years, homeowners and business owners throughout Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, and the Greater Lehigh Valley have turned to Jack Lehr Heating, Cooling & Electric for great service and value. We sell and install only the highest quality humidifiers and indoor air quality accessories and products that offer longer warranties—and we honor those warranties should anything go wrong!
At Jack Lehr, we’re committed to quality and want you as a lifelong customer. That’s why we offer a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee with every job we do.
Contact us online or call us today at 888-454-7365 for all of your humidifier needs and services in the Greater Lehigh Valley. We look forward to serving you!
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