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Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers in Denver, CO
Humidity plays an important part in a home’s indoor air quality, though it is often ignored by homeowners. Sure, most people will occasionally complain about an especially humid or dry day. But, few of them actually realize how much those conditions actually affect them. Cooper Heating & Cooling, Inc. knows the kinds of consequences associated with long-term humidity imbalances.
That’s why we offer a wide range of humidifier and dehumidifier services. If you need a humidifier or dehumidifier installed or serviced, call today to schedule an appointment with one of our technicians. We can help keep your home’s humidity levels in balance, no matter what it’s like outside.
When Are Humidifiers Necessary?
Humidity is often portrayed in a villainous way, when it comes to air quality. While it’s true that too much humidity can be a bad thing, too little humidity can be just as bad. Your body relies on a balance of moisture in the air, and it will begin to suffer if that balance is interrupted.
Chronically low humidity has a number of negative effects. First and foremost, it causes your skin and nose to dry out. When they dry out, they crack, exposing you to infection by all kinds of germs and other organisms. This is part of the reason why people get sick more often in winter.
They lock themselves in homes and buildings where the air is too dry, and it saps their bodies of moisture. This is why it’s a good idea to have the best humidifier for your needs installed in your home. We install and service a wide range of whole–house humidifiers.
Dehumidifiers Are Also Beneficial
High humidity is no more desirable than low humidity, when it comes to health and comfort. If there is too much moisture in the air, it raises the evaporation point of liquids like sweat. The longer it takes to evaporate, the longer it will take for your body to cool itself. This is why especially humid days seem so much warmer than dry days. This isn’t the only problem with high humidity, though.
The real issue with especially humid conditions is that it promotes the growth of mold throughout your home. Mold spores can be quite dangerous for your health, and some types of mold can even be life–threatening. This is the primary reason to have a dehumidifier installed in your home. Cooper Heating & Cooling, Inc. provides dehumidifier services of all kinds, from dehumidifier repair to maintenance and replacement. If your home is chronically humid, don’t just cope with it. Have a dehumidifier installed in your home, so that you can start improving your situation.
We Offer Full Dehumidifier and Humidifier Services
Installing dehumidifier and humidifier systems is not easy. They need to be placed at a specific point in the home’s ducts, so that they can properly treat all of the home’s air. They also need to be wired into the home’s electrical system, something that should never be done by an amateur. So, if you need dehumidifier or humidifier services, let us handle them for you. Cooper Heating & Cooling, Inc. offers dehumidifier and humidifier services throughout Denver, CO.
We service these areas
Serving the Entire Front Range Since 1978
- Fort Collins
- La Salle