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 Humidification Repair & Installation Services in Lancaster & Chester counties Pennsylvania - Get Your Home Comfortable Today!

Experience Optimal Comfort with JJJ TECHS' Humidifier Installation and Maintenance Services

At JJJ TECHS, we understand the importance of maintaining the proper humidity levels in your home. Our team of experienced technicians can help you choose the right type of humidifier for your needs and install it quickly and efficiently.

We offer both whole-house and portable humidifiers to help you achieve your ideal humidity level. Whole-house humidifiers are installed directly into your home's heating and cooling system, providing consistent humidity throughout your home. Portable humidifiers, on the other hand, can be moved from room to room and are ideal for small spaces or areas with specific humidity needs.

Our technicians can assist you in achieving your ideal humidity level within a single percentage point, helping to alleviate allergy symptoms, prevent mold growth, and protect your home and furnishings from damage caused by dry air. We also offer maintenance and repair services for all types of humidifiers, ensuring that your system remains in top working condition for years to come.

So if you're struggling with home humidity issues, trust the experts at JJJ TECHS to provide reliable, cost-effective solutions. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about our humidifier installation, maintenance, and repair services.

A humidifier adds humidity to the air by one of several processes Homeowners can choose from a variety of humidifiers. These are some examples:  

Evaporative humidifiers: These use a membrane, or fabric to absorb water for a basin. A fan, or blower, blows against the membrane, allowing the water to evaporate. To prevent mold growth and spread, evaporative humidifiers should be cleaned on a regular basis, and the wick or membrane should be replaced quarterly.

Steam humidifiers, also known as warm mist humidifiers, use a heating element to heat water until it boils, releasing steam. Because they work well in a small space, these humidifiers are most commonly used when residents are ill. These do not require cleaning and are self-regulating, but they are not recommended for use near children because they can cause burns.

Signs you need to invest in a Whole Home humidifier

If the air you breathe feels dry, or if you have dry-air-related health issues, it's time to invest in a portable or whole-home humidifier. If the humidity level in your home is too low, it can contribute to health issues. Very low-humidity air will try to absorb moisture from wherever it can be found, including your home's floorboards, door jambs, window frames, and wooden furniture. This can result in frame shifts, floor cracks, and furniture joint separation.

A hygrometer can be used to measure the humidity in your home. The temperature of the outside air determines the appropriate humidity level for your home. Summer humidity levels should be kept between 40 and 49%. Humidity levels in the winter are more difficult to control because excessive humidity causes unwanted condensation. Winter humidity levels of 30-40% are generally a good target. Humidity levels of less than 30% can cause health problems and should be avoided. 

Allergies, Throat and airway dryness Skin that is dry, Coughing on a regular basis, Irritation of the eyes, Bloody noses, Headaches
More colds and flu, because viruses thrive in dry air.

It is possible to significantly reduce these symptoms and live more comfortably in your home by using a humidifier. Both whole-house and portable humidifiers will help to mitigate dry-air health issues, as well as a building material and furniture issues. Find out how humidifiers can help with winter health issues.

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