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Commercial Humidifier Services in Oceanside, CA
Dry air is typically a problem during the winter months, although it can certainly affect your business year-round. The reason winter can be a drier season is that there is less moisture in the air, and this lack of moisture can affect you indoor humidity levels. Low indoor humidity is a less overt problem than excessive humidity, but it can cause a host of problems for both you and your business in Oceanside. The good news is that the commercial indoor air quality experts at Aspen Cooling & Heating, Inc. have a great solution for you: a commercial humidifier.
This type of component integrates directly with your existing commercial HVAC system to add much-needed moisture to your indoor air; this is one of the reasons why it’s so important to hire experts for installation, service, repair and maintenance. When you work with our commercial pros, you can rest assured that you have hired experts who bring years of experience working on a wide variety of commercial HVAC systems. This ensures that all work you need done in regard to your commercial humidifier will be handled correctly the first time around.
Is the air in your commercial property too dry? Contact our IAQ experts to discuss installing a commercial humidifier!
Why Install a Commercial Dehumidifier?
Relative humidity should be 30–50%. Any higher or lower than this will cause discomfort. But discomfort isn’t the only problem low humidity presents. When there isn’t enough moisture in the air, things dry out, including wood furnishings, floors, paint and wallpaper. But this drying effect will also take a toll on those in your commercial space because excessively dry air leads to dried–out mucous membranes, reduced immunity and increased risk of symptoms like nosebleeds, sore throats and dry skin. Another problem you’ll find with low humidity is that it will be harder to keep your commercial space warm during the winter months. Humidity holds heat, and if the air is too dry, it will still feel cool, even if the temperature is exactly where you want it to be.
How Is Moisture Added?
Like a commercial dehumidifier, you’ll be able to control your commercial humidifier via a humidistat on your business’s thermostat. Commercial humidifiers add moisture to the air either via a mist or steam. The moisture is added before the air can circulate through your HVAC system so you can always be assured that the air circulating throughout your commercial space has the right amount of moisture in it. There are different options you can choose from, including cool and warm mist humidifiers and non–fan humidifiers. Your Aspen Cooling & Heating, Inc. technician can help you determine which type of humidifier will best suit your needs and install it for you.
We Can Help Balance the Humidity in Your Commercial Space
Low humidity can compromise the health of your employees, age furniture and structural wood pieces and make your space feel uncomfortable. Our experts can remove these impediments to your business with our comprehensive commercial humidifier services in Oceanside, CA.