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Humidity Control in Crawfordsville & Greencastle

Many people don’t realize that humidity control plays an important role in the quality of indoor air. Not only is water vapor a key agent in climate but it also has a number of effects on health. A healthy indoor climate consists of a perfect balance of humidity. If you have too little humidity you may suffer a number of health issues.

Humidity Control in Crawfordsville & GreencastleYou may experience dry skin, scratchy throat, and could be susceptible to sinus infection due to dried out mucous membranes. Low humidity also exacerbates respiratory problems. This is because the human body functions most efficiently in a somewhat moist environment. With the proper balanced humidity, your sinuses, skin and lungs can function as they should.

In contrast, too much humidity can also be bad. Very moist environments are the perfect breeding grounds for bacteria and other pathogens. Also, mold and mildew thrive in these conditions, which can be a problem for people who suffer allergies and asthma. Mold spores and dust mites run rampant in high humidity, and each cause their fair share of health issues. Aside from the health problems, high humidity may cause condensation which can be bad for your property, causing water stains and odors.

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The best way to safeguard your health and property from the issues attributed to humidity is by contacting the indoor air quality specialists at Cook Heating & Air. We are air quality experts and offer a number of humidity control options for your Crawfordsville or Greencastle home or business. Our methods are effective and we work with the finest manufacturers of quality humidity control equipment. That is why we are the top choice in Crawfordsville and Greencastle for humidity control specialist. 

Humidity Control Services

  • Humidifiers
  • Dehumidifers
  • Whole Home Humidity Control Systems
  • Built In HVAC Humidity Control 

Humidifiers

Humidity Control in Crawfordsville & Greencastle

In extreme cold temperatures, humidity will decrease drastically. With the bitter winters in Indiana, low humidity during these times may be an issue. This is typically the time when you will suffer from dry and irritated skin, dried out nose and throat, trouble breathing and sleeping and an overall discomfort from dryness. If you experience these problems, Cook Heating & Air can help. With a humidifier, we can eliminate these issues. A humidifier is a device that simply introduces water vapor into the air. Most humidifiers have a mechanism that gauges moisture and releases water vapor when moisture levels get too low. That way, humidity is kept at a comfortable level at all times. There are small humidifiers for individual rooms and large humidifiers for an entire building available. At Cook Heating & Air we can also install a humidity control system directly into your HVAC for your home or commercial building. Humidity is good for your skin, lungs and sinuses, so sleep better, feel fresher and improve your overall mood and health with a humidifier from Cook Heating & Air. 

Dehumidifiers

During hotter months high humidity can be a problem as well. With so much moisture in the air, there are many unwanted things that can infiltrate your indoor environment. Another downside to high humidity is that the moist environment coupled with hot temperatures can actually interfere with your body’s ability to naturally cool itself. This is the source of things such as heat stroke. By implementing the use of a dehumidifier, you can safeguard yourself from these issues. A dehumidifier does exactly what its name implies; it takes moisture out of the air. This returns humidity to comfortable levels that are conducive to healthy and comfortable living.

Contact Cook Heating & Air

If you are ready to have a healthier home by controlling the moisture levels, contact Cook Heating & Air at 765-232-0108 or complete the contact form so we can schedule your free consultation.