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We service and sell humidifiers for all makes including Lennox, Honeywell and many more in London ON.

Dry air can lead to a host of problems especially for allergy and asthma sufferers. Dry climates, winter air, and forced air gas heating all contribute to the discomfort caused by dry skin, dry throats, and irritated noses (which can lead to sinusitis). Winter is an especially bad time for dry air.

Dry air doesn't only affect the people who live in the home. It can also damage furniture, wood floors, and paint in your home. A humidifier not only helps those in your home breathe better, but it also helps maintain the air in your home at a comfortable level for everything inside it. Furthermore, air that's too dry makes the temperature feel colder than it actually is. Humidification works in conjunction with heating devices to keep you snug and warm during the winter and they save you money on your heating bills.

Keeping your home's humidity at ideal levels will also help you feel warmer. Low humidity makes the air feel colder because the warmer the air is, the more water it can hold; put another way, the more water in the air, the warmer the air feels. This phenomenon can be understood by considering how high levels of humidity in the summer make it feel hotter than it actually is: when the air is saturated with moisture, the sweat on our bodies does not evaporate, making us sticky and uncomfortable. But winter's low humidity has the opposite effect - dry air causes moisture to evaporate from our skin and we feel cooler.

By making sure that humidity levels are high enough we slow down our bodies' cooling mechanism, which we obviously don't need in the cold winter time. The upshot of all this is that a humidifier can save you a lot on your heating bills. Naturally, if you feel warmer even if the temperature remains the same, you won't be tempted to turn up the heat.

It's also important to maintain a proper level of humidity in your home. While dry air is definitely uncomfortable and can lead to discomfort, too much moisture in the air leads to another set of problems: mold and dust mites thrive in overly moist environments, so improperly maintained levels of humidity could cause further irritation to allergy and asthma sufferers.

Humidity levels in the home are an important component of relieving allergy and asthma systems through environmental control. Especially during the winter, when dry air tends to be more of a problem, asthma and allergy sufferers can greatly benefit from environmental control of indoor humidity levels. Humidifiers make this possible

  • Lennox HWCP12

    A Healthy Climate®HCWB whole-home humidifier adds moisture to your home’s air and works with your heating system to circulate it to every room.

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  • Lennox HWCP17

    A whole-home humidifier adds moisture to your home’s air and works with your heating system. This model is suitable for a home over 1700 ft².

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