For a few months out of the year, the air gets dryer in the Charlotte area, which can make your home uncomfortable and trigger health issues. Luckily, you can turn to Acosta Heating & Cooling for the perfect solution. We offer a variety of professional humidity control solutions to provide you with a more comfortable home.
Contact us today to speak with a team member about your humidifier needs by calling 704-527-7401.
Benefits of Humidifiers
Having a humidifier in your home comes with many comfort and health benefits, including:
- More even humidity levels in your home
- Increased comfort
- Reduced sinus irritation
- Decreased risk of contracting airborne illnesses
- Improved sleep
How Do Whole-Home Humidifiers Work?
One of our most popular humidifiers is the HCWP18 Whole-Home Power Humidifier. A whole-home humidifier can hold up to18-gallons of water and has a built-in fan that helps circulate the moisture in your home’s air, even when your heating system isn’t on. This constant air circulation helps keep your home’s humidity levels at an optimal range between 30% and 60%.
To learn more about our whole-home humidifiers, contact Acosta Heating & Cooling now. We provide dehumidifier solutions as well. Call us at 704-527-7401 to set up a service today.
Why Choose Acosta?
Since 1972, Acosta Heating & Cooling has provided Charlotte residents with top-quality humidifier solutions and excellent customer service. We strive to ensure every one of our customers is equipped with the best solutions to have a comfortable home year-round. Our technicians are dedicated to your satisfaction.
Call us at 704-527-7401 to schedule a humidifier service now.
Do humidifiers produce ozone?
Some humidifiers do produce ozone (a known lung irritant). The humidifiers we sell and install, like the HCWP18, do not produce ozone.
How long does it take to humidify my home?
The whole-home humidifiers we recommend can have your home’s humidity at an optimal level within a few hours after installation.
Will a humidifier save on utilities?
Directly, no. Indirectly, yes. The more moisture in the air, the warmer it feels, so you’ll need to run your heating system less. Therefore, you’ll save on your bills that way.