The North Carolina central humidifier installation experts in our network can provide a wide variety of options to home and business owners. Central humidifiers North Carolina are directly connected to the heating and cooling unit in a home or business. There are several types of central humidifiers from which to choose. A drum system humidifier uses a belt to move moisture into the air of a home or other building. A flow through humidifier incorporates a foam or aluminum pad to generate moisture for the air. A spray mist system actually emits a fine mist into the duct work of the home or building when the heating or air conditioning system is activated.
North Carolina Central Humidifier Costs Amounts can vary based on the type of system the home or business owner selects. Of the three most common types, the drum system is the least expensive. The spray mist system is a bit more expensive and the top-of-the-line flow through system is usually the most expensive of the three. The much more complex steam house humidifier, which provides moisture without using the heating and air conditioning system, is by far the most expensive option and is used more often in large commercial or industrial spaces. Central humidifiers North Carolina should be serviced annually to keep them running at optimal levels.
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