Living Healthy in Lufkin and Nacogdoches, TX with Proper Humidification

By January 13, 2012November 24th, 2022No Comments

Living Health in Lufkin and Nacogdoches, TX with Proper Humidification

In Lufkin and Nacogdoches, TX, the humid and subtropical deep Texas climate causes a heavy workload for your residential or commercial air conditioning system. With temperatures above 80F for more than half of each year, your HVAC system requires regular maintenance by a qualified HVAC system repair company to effectively cool your structure. In addition to using an air conditioning system to keep your home or building cool, another crucial component of your comfort is the humidity level of the indoor air. Achieving proper humidification in your home or business will help keep you healthy and comfortable.

Over time, your air conditioner may lose its ability to effectively cool your home or business enough to keep you and the other occupants comfortable. The air conditioner not only cools the indoor air, but it removes some of the humidity from the air also. High humidity in the indoor air fosters the growth of mold, which can cause health problems such as scratchy throat, sinus congestion and itchy and irritated skin. On the other hand, if your air conditioner removes too much humidity from the air, you may begin to experience health concerns such as dry and cracked skin and lips or sinusitis. Hiring a qualified heating and cooling technician to inspect and repair your air conditioner will help to maintain ideal indoor humidity levels.

If your air conditioner is old, requires expensive repairs or can no longer effectively cool or remove humidity from your home or business, a McWilliams Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing HVAC technician will make recommendations about the installation of a new air conditioning system. Installation of a whole house or built in humidifier and dehumidifier to work in conjunction with your new air conditioning unit, keeping you feeling comfortable and healthy no matter what the weather in Lufkin and Nacogdoches, TX is like.

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