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Keep Moisture Levels in Your Home Ideal Year Around

Explore humidifier options by contacting our HVAC contractor in Loveland, CO

Did you know that the amount of moisture in the air contributes to your overall comfort in your home? Humidifiers offer a great solution for homeowners to manage their house's moisture throughout the year.

Humidifiers use the principle that vapor (evaporated water) is created when warm air blows over a water-soaked area. As the vapor circulates, the relative humidity rises.

The humidity control monitors the relative humidity and activates the humidifier accordingly. The humidifier has a water supply that dispenses water evenly over a humidifier pad. The warm, dry air from the furnace passes over the humidifier pad and picks up the moist air to circulate it throughout your home.

Explore your humidifier options below!

Aprilaire 800 Whole House Steam Humidifier

High Output Humidifier

Aprilaire Model 800 steam humidifiers use electrode technology and are simple to install, operate, and maintain. With electrode technology, electrical current flows between submerged electrodes, resistance of the water to the electric current heats the water. The submerged electrodes are found in a replaceable canister. At the end of a humidifier season, the canister - including the electrodes, is replaced. No cleaning, no scrubbing, simply replace the canister and you're ready for the next humidifier season. Electrode technology requires impurities in the water to promote the transfer of electricity. For this reason, water filtration is not required with electrode technology, minimizing the complexity of the installation and on-going operating costs.

Premium Auto Models

Models: HE12A2 & HE17A2

Humidifiers use the principle that vapor (evaporated water) is created when warm air blows over a water-soaked area. As the vapor circulates, the relative humidity rises.

The humidity control monitors the relative humidity and activates the humidifier accordingly. The humidifier has a water supply that dispenses water evenly over a humidifier pad. The warm, dry air from the furnace passes over the humidifier pad and picks up the moist air to circulate it throughout your home.