Protect your family and your home from the unhealthy and damaging effects of over-dry air.
Dry nose, cracked, itchy skin, and sore throats. Aggravated allergy and asthma symptoms. Painful static shocks. Chipping paint and plaster. Splitting or cracked wood floors, furniture, trim and molding. Sound familiar? Why go through another season with these problems when there is a solution—a Whole-Home Humidifier.
Turning your temperature up in the wintertime will keep you warm but won’t increase your home’s humidity level. Daily activities such as showering, cooking and doing laundry don’t produce enough moisture to keep your home’s air from being too dry. According to medical experts, many viruses thrive in low humidity - increasing the likelihood of catching colds, flu and upper respiratory ailments. The American Society of Otolaryngology even reports that it is important to prevent an overly dry environment because it makes people more susceptible to infection.
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Model: Large By-Pass
Want the perfect humidity level for any season? Take a look at the Large By-Pass Model .
Wisconsin Fuel's Whole-House Large By-Pass Humidifier adds comfort to your heating system. The Humidifier has very few parts and relies on the furnaces blower motor to move the moisture vapor throughout your home. It feaures a built-in bypass damper, which is conveniently labeled for both summer and winter settings, allowing you to set it for the entire season with no guesswork involved. The Large By-Pass Whole-House Humidifier is simply the best performing bypass humidifier on the market. Low-noise operation and reduced static add to whole-home comfort.
The Large By-Pass Whole-House Humidifier:
- Delivers up to 50% more moisture in comparison to competitive units
- Has an evaporation capacity of 0.70 gallons per hour
- Humidifies tightly-constructed homes up to 4,000 square feet in size
Model: Small By-Pass
Get big results for small to mid-size homes with the Small By-Pass Whole-Home Humidifier.
The Small By-Pass Whole-House Humidifier has the same features as the Large By-Pass Humidifier, but is designed for use in small to mid-size homes. The Humidifier has very few parts and relies on the furnaces blower motor to move the moisture vapor throughout your home. It feaures a built-in bypass damper, which is conveniently labeled for both summer and winter settings, allowing you to set it for the entire season with no guesswork involved. Low-noise operation and reduced static add to whole-home comfort.
The Small By-Pass Whole-House Humidifier:
- Installed in either your living area or central heating and cooling system ductwork
- Comes equipped with a drain to flush minerals from the unit
- Has an evaporation capacity of 0.50 gallons per hour
- Humidifies tightly-constructed homes up to 3,000 square feet in size
Other Indoor Air Quality Solutions
Study after study shows that as homes become tighter and more energy efficient, more contaminants become trapped inside. The air we breathe in our homes is loaded with pollutants like pollen, lung damaging dust, pet hair, dander, dust mites, tobacco smoke, spores, disease-causing bacteria and viruses.
Air Cleaner Options
Thermostats have come a long way since the days of the old mercury bulb thermostats. Thermostats today are digital and provide the homeowner with more information. Communicating controls even "talk" to your equipment and will notify you of any problems with your heating or cooling system.
Temperature Control Options
Whole House Dehumidifiers
Central dehumidifiers pull air from every room in your home and removes the moisture and then sends dry air back throughout your heating ducts. It works in conjunction with your air conditioner to efficiently balance the humidity levels in your home.
Fresh Air Ventilation ERV
Today’s homes eliminate nearly all wasteful air leaks, helping to control energy costs. Because homes are air tight, pollutants are trapped indoors. The health hazards from indoor air pollutants are broadly recognized as one of today’s top environmental hazards.
Energy Recovery Ventilator Options