Experiencing Symptoms of Dry Air?
Dry air may be inescapable outside, but it doesn’t have to be in your home. You may have tried a few solutions that didn’t work or partially worked, but there are other options that can actually be 100% effective. Most of the time it just takes a professional crew like Alco Air to get the situation under control. And we will always help you find the most affordable solution.
The Longview Area Climate
Alco Air has provided affordable services to the local area for 30 years, so we’ve become very familiar with the climate and how it impacts residents. Although Northeast Texas is typically burdened by high humidity levels, dry air can still be a problem, especially in colder weather. In winter, during times when indoor heating is necessary, the use of artificial heat can exacerbate the problem.
Effects of Low Humidity Inside
Common Causes of Dry Air
Why Humidifiers Aren’t Always the Solution
Humidifiers can be great on their own. In fact, sometimes they are the best solution. But they are ineffective if the air continues to be replaced by outdoor air. If the air remains dry inside after running a humidifier, then chances are your home is not properly sealed. It can be almost impossible to determine where the leaks are coming from on your own.
HVAC Solutions for Low Humidity in the Home
The experts at Alco Air are trained to repair ductwork, seal attics and take other preventative measures for your home depending on your specific needs. We will inspect and evaluate your home and guide you through options of humidifiers, air purifiers, duct sealing, and/or whole house ventilation, based on our findings.