When Connecticut gets cold, indoor environments get dry.
That’s because heating systems can warm the indoor air, but they can’t add humidity to the warm air they have produced.
The results of overly dry air are not good for a home or its occupants, including:
The solution to these issues is a whole-house humidifier, which will introduce moisture at ideal levels to keep your home comfortable, its surfaces and furnishings whole, and its occupants healthier.
It can also help save you money, because a properly humidified home allows you to lower your thermostat temperatures during winter. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), every degree you lower your thermostat saves up to 4% on your heating bill.
Below are some examples of whole-house humidifier systems that we sell and install:
In more than 100 million homes and 5 million buildings worldwide, Honeywell products, components and systems deliver temperature control, comfort, energy conservation and safety.
The TrueEASE humidification System installs on central HVAC systems to deliver whole-home comfort, while eliminating maintenance hassles with easy-to-access and –change pads. It also helps you save energy by reducing the constant cycling of air.
The featured model includes:
Aprilaire has been delivering home comfort solutions for more than 50 years. Its history as an industry innovator began in 1954. Today it is headquartered in the USA, and all of its air quality products are built domestically.
The model shown here features:
Contact us to learn more about Jennings Oil whole-house humidifier sales and installation services. Serving Danbury, New Milford, Southbury, Newtown, Ridgefield and surrounding towns in Fairfield, Litchfield and New Haven County, CT.