Is your humidifier not keeping the humidity levels in your home under control?
Humidifiers are notoriously reliable, but still fail on occasion. Failure is almost always traced back to repeatedly overlooking routine maintenance. So if you’ve come here looking for humidifier repairs, consider keeping your humidifier in good condition following the repair with a maintenance plan, including:
- Filter replacement
- Evaporator pad replacement
- Orifice inspection and cleaning
- Level measurement Verification of humidistat and valves
Did You Know?
Your humidifier can actually help reduce winter energy bills. Humid air feels warmer, so you can turn down the thermostat without turning down the comfort inside your home. A humidifier working at peak efficiency will reduce your utility bills, so it pays to keep it clean. In addition:
healthy You breathe healthier, cleaner air
Wooden Furniture Your wood furniture and floors maintain their moisture content (and shape)
winter dryness You avoid dry mouth, throat and nostrils during winter nights
skin healthy Your skin will be less likely to crack/split
A humidifier working at peak efficiency will reduce your utility bills, so it pays to keep it clean
Save 20% on Humidifier Repairs!
Most humidifier manufacturers claim their equipment lasts 10-20 years or more, and most should. But in that time frame, it’s possible that some sort of repairs will be needed. Regular humidifier maintenance goes a long way to preventing the need for repairs. As an added bonus, WeCare Maintenance Plan members receive a 20% discount on any repairs when and if the need arises.