PLANO, Texas--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The cold months drive homeowners indoors to the comfort of their home heating systems, but air heated with household heating systems becomes dry air that contributes to a slew of new problems for homeowners and their families. According to Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning, the leading provider of furnace repair, maintenance, new equipment sales and related services, the discomfort of dry indoor air can be solved by treating it with a whole-home humidifier, now available with a savings of $50.
“In addition to the personal comfort they create, one of the greatest benefits of whole-home humidifiers is that they help the home feel warmer at a lower temperature, reducing heating costs”
“We’re all familiar with the fact that drier air causes static to cling to our hair and clothes,” said Rob Haines, Marketing Manager for Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning (ServiceExperts.com). “But homeowners often don’t realize that dry air can actually contribute to health-related problems, like drying out nasal passages, exacerbating respiratory illness and contributing to dry, cracked skin and lips.”
Dry air is harder to breathe, which is why adding moisture can help clear sinuses, moisturizing nasal passages and improving breathing. Properly humidified air helps reduce the risk of sicknesses that can lead to breathing problems because respiratory systems can function more normally with the right amount of moist air. Further, humidified air could help contribute to decreased snoring, or eliminate it altogether in some cases.
Dry air may also contribute to itchy and dull skin as well as cracked and peeling lips. Instead of treating the symptoms with lotions and lip balms, homeowners can treat the root cause by adding a whole-home humidifier to help prevent dryness and flaking during the winter months.
“In addition to the personal comfort they create, one of the greatest benefits of whole-home humidifiers is that they help the home feel warmer at a lower temperature, reducing heating costs,” added Haines. “Our NATE-certified service technicians work with homeowners to increase efficiency and comfort with solutions like furnace repairs and maintenance, and improved attic insulation and ductwork. Humidifiers are another helpful tool to accomplish a more comfortable home, which is why we’re offering this discount with our Stop Your Static campaign.”
For more information on moisturizing your dry home air, view Service Experts’ Stop Your Static video at StopYourStatic.com, or call Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning at 866-397-3787.
ABOUT SERVICE EXPERTS HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING NORTH AMERICA
Founded in 1996, Service Experts is a leading provider of HVAC repair, maintenance, new equipment sales and related services to residential and commercial customers in 29 states in the U.S. and three provinces in Canada. Headquartered in Plano, Texas, Service Experts is North America’s largest heating and air conditioning service company, with 90 locations serving approximately 2,000 homes and businesses, on average, each working day. HVAC services include: residential HVAC service and replacement; ancillary residential home services, including plumbing, indoor air quality and energy audits; commercial HVAC service, maintenance and replacement for both light commercial customers and large-scale national retail accounts. For more information on Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning sales, rebates, products and services, visit ServiceExperts.com or ServiceExperts.ca.