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Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers in Fenton, MI

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Balanced humidity is an essential part of indoor air quality as well as comfort. Both high and low humidity lead to a range of problems, from people feeling too hot to the rapid spread of germs and illnesses. First Choice Heating & Cooling has the answers you need with our service for whole house humidifiers and dehumidifiers.

  • Serving the area since 2001
  • Free installation estimates

We install, repair, replace, and maintain humidifiers and dehumidifiers throughout the Fenton, MI area. We have the knowledge and experience to get the job done right, and we back up our work with a satisfaction guarantee. Contact our friendly customer service today to get started with balanced humidity in your home.

If your home had a voice … it would call First Choice!


Is the Air in My Home too Dry?

Very dry air may strike your home in either winter or summer. During the winter season, the air outside is not only very cold, but often very dry as well. During the summer months, the air outside can be quite humid. However, because running your air conditioner can dry out the air, it can result in very dry air within your home regardless of the humidity level outside. Symptoms of overly dry air include the following.

  • Dry, itchy skin. Eventually, skin may actually crack and split.
  • Frequent sore throats, or even bloody noses.
  • Increased frequency of static shocks in home.
  • Splitting wooden floorboards or fixtures.
  • Cracking wallpaper or chipping paint.

We can install a whole–house humidifier that will work in conjunction with your HVAC system in order to distribute the right amount of moisture into the air throughout your house. This eliminates the need to use small room humidifiers, which are far less efficient and effective. We can handle any whole–house humidifier repairs or maintenance in Fenton, MI as well.

Is the Air in My Home too Humid?

While the symptoms of very dry air in the home listed above are obviously undesirable, it should be noted that very humid air is no better. In fact, very humid air can lead to some serious health concerns if left unaddressed. That is why you may want to invest in a whole–house dehumidifier for your home, especially after considering the following potential issues.

  • Wood rot due to excessive moisture.
  • The promotion of biological pollutants, including viruses, bacteria, and even mold.
  • Warped wooden fixtures.
  • Peeling wallpaper.
  • Aggravated allergy and asthma symptoms.
  • General discomfort in warm weather, as sweat cannot evaporate easily.

Let Us Install, Repair, and Maintain Your Humidifier and/or Dehumidifier

Choosing the right humidifier and/or dehumidifier for your home is a must if you want to control humidity levels with great success. A whole–house system is your best option, though there is no single best humidifier or dehumidifier. There is definitely a best dehumidifier or humidifier for your individual needs, though, and we’ll help you to find it.

Once we have, the professional technicians on our staff will integrate that system into your home correctly. While humidifier and dehumidifier maintenance needs are fairly minimal, we can assess your system for proper operation and tune it up as necessary during regular maintenance visits. Needless to say, we also excel in humidifier and dehumidifier repairs. Call today to discuss your options for controlling humidity in your home.

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