Humidifiers Are Encased in a Molded Plastic Cabinet Containing a Moisture Delivery System That Provides the Proper Humidity Levels to Your Home

Humidifier SystemHumidifiers control moisture to increase the indoor air quality of your home or business.

There are whole-house or furnace humidifiers, which connect to a home’s HVAC system to provide humidity to the entire house. This not only increases comfort but can also reduce your heating bills. Humidified air feels warmer, so you will be able to turn your thermostat down and as a result, reduce energy and save money.

When the air is too dry it acts like a sponge, soaking up the moisture from other things in your home such as your wood floors, furnishings, and from you. This can result in the drying out of your skin and lips. This can also hurt your furnishings and possessions in your home such as artwork and woodwork. How do you know if you need a new Whole-House Humidifier installed?

Humidifier Types:

Bi-Pass – Contains a water-absorbing filter within a reservoir and uses the furnace blower to push air through the filter and into the duct system.

Power – Contains an internal fan that draws air through an evaporator pad and distributes moistened air directly into the supply air system.

Steam – Contains a heater that creates steam which is directly dispersed into the home’s supply-air stream. This type produces the best moisture output and is the most efficient.

Bi-Pass Humidifiers:

  • Lennox HCWB3-17
  • Aprilaire 600

Power Humidifiers:

  • Lennox HCWP3-18
  • Aprilaire 700

Steam Humidifiers:

  • Aprilaire Steam Humidifier

At Scott-Lee Heating Company, we offer a variety of humidifiers that suit your needs and budget. Contact us today to learn about Whole House, Bi-Pass and Lennox Powered Humidifiers. Call us at (314) 200-0788 for a free consultation.