Superior Humidifier Installation Services in Middletown, OH

If you’ve ever experienced the shock of static in your residence during the winter, or experienced a sore throat, dry skin or other health issues caused by dry air, having a humidifier installed will help. Because having a good humidity control system is the best way to ensure the comfort your home is consistent during the cool months, Middletown Heating & Cooling offers professional humidifier installation for a variety of brands and types of systems.

Additionally, if you need to have a humidification system installed or serviced, Middletown Heating & Cooling is the company to call. Without sufficient humidity levels in a home, Ohio’s dry winter air can wreak havoc on your breathing and health, while also damaging the house itself. Dry air can damage cabinetry, furniture, flooring and other types of wood.

Why Choose Us For Indoor Air Quality Services in Middletown, OH?

Having cool air when it’s hot outside, and warm air when it’s cold is just one aspect of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. In addition to comfort, the quality of air in a dwelling is also important. The air we breathe is said to be the essence of life and well-being. Because it is so essential, Middletown Heating & Cooling strives to offer its customers complete control over Indoor Air Quality in addition to comfort in their homes.

What is Indoor Air Quality?

Indoor Air Quality is an all-too-important issue that all-too-often gets overlooked or neglected in many homes. Although a lot of homeowners believe air pollution is strictly an outdoor problem, studies indicate this is not the case. It turns out the air inside a lot of workplaces and homes is far more polluted and toxic than the air outside.

Because the average American spends more than 21 hours a day indoors on average, air quality deserves serious consideration and attention. Because the air indoors often lacks proper filtration, indoor air quality is something customers need to be taking seriously.

The EPA defines Indoor Air Quality as the quality of air inside a building or home and how it relates to the people inside the building or home. In general, Indoor Air Quality has a tangible and sometimes profoundly negative effect on our health in addition to our overall well-being, mood and energy levels.

Why Is Indoor Air Quality Important?

With most Americans spending most of their time indoors, the air quality inside their homes has far more of an impact on them than most people realize. If the quality of air in a dwelling isn’t sufficient, it can have a negative impact on health and the home itself.

Studies show the air in a lot of modern dwellings can be four or even five times as polluted or toxic as outdoor air, where nature has a wide range of natural ways to clean it and purify it and recycle it. When you realize how air tight and insulated almost all modern homes and workplaces are intentionally made, it becomes a little more clear why HVAC experts and health officials advise homeowners to consider certain indoor air quality products in conjunction with their HVAC equipment.

Because modern residences are supposed to be sealed rather airtight, if indoor pollution occurs it can get trapped inside and recirculated in the absence of proper filtration and ventilation. Then, on top of that, there can also be issues with humidity, mold and mildew.

Middletown Heating & Cooling Presents:

A Homeowner's Guide to Humidifiers

We at Middletown Heating & Cooling are proud to offer a trusted name in Indoor Air Quality: Aprilaire. The type of air humidifier you choose for your home will depend on the size of your home, in addition to your preferences and budget. Learn more about a few of the Aprilaire humidifier models we carry:

Aprilaire 500 Humidifier in Troy, OH

Aprilaire 500

Improve your comfort and protect your home during dry winter months (or year-round) when you use the Aprilaire Model 500 Whole House Humidifier. This ducted bypass humidifier works with your HVAC system to deliver comfortably humidified air throughout every room of your home. It functions like an evaporative humidifier, evenly distributing 12 gallons of moisture per day.

Aprilaire 600M Humidifier in Troy, OH

Aprilaire 600M

Maintaining a proper humidity level by using a whole house humidifier like the Aprilaire 600M is the ideal solution to dry air. It's an in-duct bypass humidifier that works with your existing HVAC system to provide comfortably humidified air for homes up to 4,000 sq. feet. Functioning as an evaporative humidifier, this model distributes up to 17 gallons of moisture per day.

Aprilaire 800M Steam Humidifier in Troy, OH

Aprilaire 800

The Aprilaire Model 800 Steam Humidifier might be the perfect choice for you. This canister steam humidifier is ideal for whole-house applications where evaporative humidifiers are less practical. This model works independently of your HVAC system, distributing up to 23.3 gallons of humidity per day. That’s enough to cover as much as 6,200 square feet.


4 Benefits of Whole-Home Humidifiers

  • Prevent Snoring

    Raising the amount of moisture in the air can also reduce snoring. If the air is dry, a person’s airways are less likely to be sufficiently lubricated, making snoring worse. Adding humidity to the atmosphere by running a humidifier at night may help to relieve some symptoms.

  • Added Moisture

    Some people notice that their skin, lips, and hair become dry and fragile in the winter. Many heating units pump hot, dry air through the house or office, making the skin dry, itchy, or flaky. Cold air outside can also dry out the skin. Using a humidifier to add moisture to the indoor air may reduce dry, cracked skin.

  • Home Improvement

    Moisture from a humidifier can be helpful around the home. Any moisture-loving houseplants may become more vibrant, and wood floors or furniture may last longer. Humidity can also help to prevent the wallpaper from cracking and static electricity from building up. Humid air can also feel warmer than dry air, allowing homeowners to save money on utility bills in the winter months.

  • Improve a Bad Cough

    Dry air can cause a person to have a dry, unproductive cough. Adding humidity to the air can get more moisture into the airways, making a cough more productive. A productive cough releases trapped or sticky phlegm.

HVAC Financing Options in Middletown, OH

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