When the air in your home is too dry, you may experience static electricity, cracked lips, dry skin, headaches and frequent sore throats. A whole house humidifier will help alleviate these problems.

A whole house humidifier is connected directly to the furnace and works with your heating and cooling system. It regulates the overall humidity in your home by automatically adding moisture to the system when your furnace or air conditioner runs. The water for the humidifier comes directly from your plumbing system, so you never need to fill it with water.

The three basic types of whole house humidifiers include bypass, drum and spray. You can have one installed when you purchase a new furnace, or add it to your existing furnace.

A whole house humidifier is designed to keep the air in your home at an ideal humidity level, usually at 40 percent to 50 percent. Call the professionals at Ibbotson Heating & Air Conditioning Company to help you choose one that will make your home more comfortable.

Model 700 Research Products (also known as Aprilaire) invented whole house humidification in 1954.
To date, their ease of use technology and unparalleled reliability makes Aprilaire's
Humidifiers a natural choice for your home comfort system.

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