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Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers in Turlock, CA and the Central Valley Area

You may not realize just how important the humidity levels in your Turlock, CA home are. There are a number of benefits to maintaining optimal humidity in your home, such as better comfort and even less risk of mold. You can call on the service professionals here at All American Plumbing Heating & Air to learn more about how you can tackle your humidity issues and we’ll be happy to get you on the right track with the best humidifier and dehumidifier services around.

We’ve been in the indoor air quality business for well over 15 years, and are committed to the quality of our work as well as our exceptional customer service in the communities we serve. We strive to live by our motto of “In the Service of Excellence.” Give us a call today to schedule humidifier or dehumidifier services in Turlock, CA and the surrounding Central Valley area.

The Problems with Unbalanced Humidity

If your home has too little moisture in the air, or too much, it can create a number of problems. Fortunately, you needn’t look any further than our team for expert whole house humidifier and dehumidifier installation and services. But we want to stress just what you could be missing out on by not addressing the problems with unbalanced humidity.

  • Dry Air: The air in our part of the country often gets dry during the winter. This causes dust levels to increase, and it can also cause your furniture, flooring, and even paintings to dry out and begin cracking. Low humidity also dries you out, making you more susceptible to things like dry skin, chapped lips, and even lower immunity.
  • Humid Air: Too much moisture, on the other hand, will make you feel stuffy and uncomfortable. But the damage of high humidity goes beyond just that. Increased humidity leads to the development of mold and mildew, which with enough exposure can make even the healthiest person ill. Dust mites have even been known to increase in humid areas.

How Do Humidifiers Work?

Whole–house humidifiers are a type of device that gets integrated directly into an existing HVAC system. A humidistat, responsible for the regulation of humidity within your Central Valley area home, will signal the humidifier to turn on when levels are too low. A water solenoid valve opens up, enabling water to come into the system and make its way to the distribution tray.

When you heat your home, warm air pulls moisture from the evaporator pad, and this moisture is distributed throughout the house through forced air distribution. There are a few different types of whole–house humidifiers, but they all work by keeping the right amount of humidity in the air in order to help you live more comfortably.

On the other hand, dehumidifiers pull moisture from the air and expel it the same way heat is expelled from your home via your air conditioning system.

Turn to Us for Comprehensive Humidifier and Dehumidifier Services

Just like any other large appliance or system you have installed in your home, you’ll need maintenance to make sure it performs as well as it is meant to. But of course, even with routine maintenance, you can still run into problems from time to time.

Knowing you have a company on your side who is committed to excellence helps give you the peace of mind that any humidifier or dehumidifier repair you may need will be handled with professionalism. If you think your existing humidifier or dehumidifier needs professional service, go ahead and give us a call!