Dry air can damage your family’s health and home.
We install Aprilaire humidifiers.

Whole-Home Humidifier

Aprilaire Whole-Home Humidifiers were introduced in 1954 as the first truly effective whole-home humidifier. Since then, Aprilaire Humidifiers have been imitated but never duplicated. Today, Aprilaire continues to lead the way in delivering whole-home humidity as well as Total Comfort solutions.

Our products work with all leading brands of heating and cooling equipment. Plus, we partner with industry-leading contractors, so you get the most comprehensive line of solutions available today.

Do you suffer from a dry home during the winter?
Adding an Aprilaire humidifier to your furnace system will solve your dry home problems!

Aprilaire—The Inventor of Whole-Home Humidifiers

The Inventor of Whole-Home Humidifiers

Damaging Effects of Dry Air

Physicians and other experts often recommend humidity control to prevent the damaging effects of dry air caused by low relative humidity.

  • Low humidity can increase your likelihood of getting colds, flu and other upper respiratory ailments. Viruses that cause colds and flu thrive in low humidity. And, according to The American Society of Otolaryngology, dry air can make people more susceptible to infection. In addition, dry air can aggravate allergy and asthma symptoms.
  • Low humidity can cause home damage. It causes walls, woodwork, and your beautiful hardwood floors to crack. Electronics can fall victim to static electric charges, requiring expensive repair or replacement.
  • Low humidity can cause higher energy costs. Dry air can make you feel too cold at normal temperatures leading you to turn up the thermostat. This leads to higher energy bills.
Uncomfortable Dry Air

Beyond the damage dry air causes, it makes you uncomfortable. It can cause:

  • Bloody noses
  • Dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes
  • Sore throats
  • Cracked, itchy skin
  • Painful static shocks

If you would like to have a new whole home Aprilaire humidifier installed contact Stramowski Heating today.