Lennox humidifiers and dehumidifiers in Greater Richmond, Virginia, help your space feel more comfortable at an energy-focused setting.

When you envision a humidifier or dehumidifier, you might think of lugging a portable model from room to room (and spilling water as you go).  Lennox whole-home solutions erase all of those irritations, because they match with your HVAC system.

During the cold days, Lennox humidifiers let you avoid dry air in your home. This helps relieve chapped skin and respiratory issues. Since properly humidified air seems more comfortable, you can set your thermostat lower and save more on heating expenses.

In the summer, a whole-home dehumidifier sucks liquid from the air. This makes your space appear less muggy and hot while discouraging mold and mildew production.

Even when there’s increased humidity in the air outside, dehumidified air can help your home seem cooler. And allow you to hold your thermostat higher. Placing it only two degrees hotter can create a substantial difference and save you up to 5–7% on your cooling costs.

If you don’t currently have a Lennox furnace or air conditioner, don’t worry. Select humidity control systems can work with any brand or model. Contact the Herman Allen Plumbing, Heating & Cooling heating and cooling experts at 804-302-6657 as soon as possible. We’ll help you choose the right system for your space.

Dehumidifier vs. Humidifier—Which One to Select for Your Home

With several types of humidifiers and dehumidifiers to choose from, it can be confusing knowing what’s right for your requirements. Here’s how you can identify if you need to add or remove moisture from your residence’s air.

Eight Indications You Should Install a Dehumidifier

You could have surplus moisture in your rooms if you have any of the following problems:

  1. Frequently damp rooms in your home
  2. Musty smells
  3. Flaking or cracking paint
  4. Condensation marks on your ceiling
  5. Muggy or sweaty feel in the air
  6. Ice or condensation on the windows
  7. Flaking wallpaper
  8. Adjusting your thermostat or turning on air conditioning frequently to feel more comfortable

Nine Signs You Should Get a Humidifier

Low humidity environments are often described as being an optimal place to live, but they also have their inconveniences. The cold season in any climate can also generate issues indoors. Too much low humidity air can lead to:

  1. Respiratory problems
  2. Sore throat or increased coughing
  3. Dry, irritated nasal passages
  4. Dry, itchy skin
  5. Raw lips
  6. Static shock
  7. Peeling or cracked wallpaper
  8. Buckling or fracturing wood
  9. Damage to household fixtures

Make Your House More Comfortable with Humidity Control

Whole-home humidity control can make you feel more comfortable and may even help decrease your energy bills. Call us at 804-302-6657 or contact us online to learn more.

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