Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers in Carrollton
Equipment to Control Humidity Levels in Frisco, Plano & Surrounding Communities
Anyone who has ever been through a Texas summer knows how unpleasantly humid it can get around here at times. However, during Texas winters, when the air starts to dry up, the lack of humidity present can be a real problem, too.
Balance the humidity levels in your home and stay completely comfortable all year long by calling Lex Air Conditioning and Heating. We offer humidifiers and dehumidifiers in Carrollton that can improve your indoor air quality no matter what the weather is like outside. Our technicians have been trusted by local homeowners for decades, so you always know you’re always getting a great deal when you trust our IAQ experts. And with humidification and dehumidification systems offered in Plano, Frisco, Highland Village, McKinney, Lucas, Parker, and the surrounding areas, too, there’s no reason not to hire Lex Air Conditioning and Heating for all your humidity-control needs.
For more information about humidifiers or dehumidifiers, call now at (972) 217-8955.
The Benefits of a Dehumidifier in Carrollton
Obviously, high humidity levels are just plain uncomfortable, and do not make for a pleasant environment in any home. But did you know that the excess moisture that comes with increased humidity can also lead to mold and bacteria growth? Having these biological contaminants in your air not only causes nasty smells, but is extremely bad for your health, and may trigger allergies, asthma, or other breathing problems.
If you are tired of dealing with excess humidity in your house, call Lex Air Conditioning and Heating. Our technicians offer home-home dehumidifier installation in Carrollton to suit any property. We know how to make sure your system is appropriately sized for optimum performance. And with ongoing maintenance options for a range of equipment, you can call us to keep your dehumidifier running for years to come.
Our whole-home dehumidifiers may help you:
- Cut down on mold and mildew growth
- Reduce bacteria that thrive in moist environments
- Decrease symptoms of seasonal allergies or asthma
- Prevent damage to upholstery and furniture
- Help everyone in your home to feel better
The Benefits of a Humidifier in Carrollton
As we’ve just explained above, few people enjoy humid temperatures—right? So why would anyone want to install a system that creates more humidity in their home?
Essentially, it all comes down to dryness. In the winter, a lot of the moisture leaves your air, reducing humidity levels but interfering with your air quality, too. Dry air feels stagnant and stale and can contribute to respiratory ailments such as asthma, bronchitis, and sinusitis. Dry air can also cause nosebleeds, and may even make you feel like the room you’re in is colder than the thermostat reading, causing you to turn the heater up and make your home even more stuffy. Fortunately, by installing a whole-home humidifier in Carrollton with Lex Air Conditioning and Heating, you may be able to bring your moisture levels up to where they should be and improve indoor air quality throughout your house.
If your home is too humid, you may experience:
- Excessive static electricity
- Dry and itchy skin
- Increased allergy and asthma symptoms
- Damage to furniture and upholstery (This goes both ways! Too much or too little humidity can cause furniture to warp)
Don’t Just Breathe, Thrive—with Lex Air Conditioning and Heating
From too many mold spores in your air to too much static electricity at your feet, both excessive and insufficient humidity are not good for your home. That’s why Lex Air Conditioning offers dehumidifiers and humidifiers in Carrollton to make everyone in your household feel better. We’ll help you determine exactly what equipment set-up works for you, whether it’s a whole-house humidifier, a whole-house dehumidifier, or both. And with money-saving coupons and flexible financing options, we make it easy to get the devices you need at a price you can afford. Call today to start regulating humidity levels on your property, and say goodbye to air that is overly moist or dry for good.