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Commercial Humidifier Services in Fresno, CA by Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning
Not too many people realize this, but there is a specific range in which the humidity is considered balanced in your space. It’s between 30%-55%, and when your indoor humidity is below 30%, you will encounter just as many problems as you can with excessive humidity. If you are experiencing problems with low humidity in your commercial space, the pros at Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning have a great solution: a commercial humidifier. But gaining the benefits this commercial component offers is highly dependent on the installation and service it receives, and that’s where our professionals come in.
When you call us for commercial humidifier services, you are calling experts who bring a collective 40+ years of experience with them to every job. Our technicians will also be professionally dressed and make sure the work area is left clean when the work is complete. Name badges identify our specialists so you know exactly whom you are dealing with and we have 24-hour emergency service available should you need it.
If it’s time to add needed moisture to your commercial space with a commercial humidifier, you can count on the professionals at Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning!
Problems Caused by Low Humidity
The problems caused by low humidity aren’t quite as overt as those of excessive humidity, but they are certainly just as troublesome:
- Problems keeping warm or cold – every indoor space needs a certain amount of humidity to properly maintain the temperature; without it, your air will feel too cold during the winter and too warm during the summer. This can encourage setting the thermostat at temperatures that aren’t very energy efficient for your business.
- Drying of mucous membranes – it may be a little icky to think about, but it can happen: without enough moisture in the air, the people in your business space will suffer from dry eyes, noses and throats. When these membranes are too dry, the body’s immune system can be compromised, resulting in a lot of illness.
- Drying of wood items – if your business space has wooden furniture, flooring or structural pieces, these items can dry to the point of splintering and breaking.
How Does a Commercial Humidifier Help?
The key to improving excessively dry air is to add moisture to it – but not so much that you saturate the air. It’s also important that all of your air is treated, not just certain areas. This is why a commercial humidifier is the perfect solution for dry indoor air.
A commercial humidifier adds water to your commercial space as part of your HVAC system’s operation; this is because the experts at Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning will integrate your commercial humidifier seamlessly with your heating and cooling system. Your commercial thermostat(s) will have a humidistat so you can set the exact percentage at which you want your indoor humidity to be, and the humidifier does the rest. Moisture is added as a cool mist or as steam, but it is added to the air before it circulates in your system so that your entire space gets the moisture it needs.