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There is nothing more miserable then coming home from a long day at work to feel like your swimming to get to your favorite chair! That’s because indoor comfort is more than just setting the thermostat to your desired temperature. It’s about making sure your indoor air quality is properly monitored and humidification is balanced.
How can we eliminate that nasty sticky feeling from your homes air? You guessed it, we use a dehumidifier! Omni Home Comfort can maintain all makes and models of dehumidifiers and can also install a new one.
As a general rule our relative indoor humidity levels need to be from 34 to 50 percent. Having your indoor humidity balanced in this range, we are maximizing your HVAC system’s efficiency, your comfort and health, also your homes integrity. Having a dehumidifier that has been properly installed by Omni Home Comfort can help maintain these limits. When your indoor humidity creeps over your set range, your dehumidifier will turn on and remove the unwanted humidity.
If you are looking for a solution to maximizing your home comfort in the Champaign Urbana area, indoor air quality, capturing all the health benefits you can, and protecting the integrity of your home, let Omni Home Comfort help provide you with the product and education needed to do so! Our Comfort advisors are the best in the area and will set you up with the proper solution!
Our Comfort Maintenance Plans
Frequently asked questions
- When a furnace starts to blow cold air, it’s easy to get concerned. Here are a few common things to check.
- If your thermostat fan set to “on” and not “Auto” this will cause the fan to run continuously.
- Check your air filter and see if it is dirty.
- Check to see if the pilot is lighting when your thermostat is calling for heat.
The most common reason furnaces start to leak water is due to a condensation leak. Some other reasons can be due to:
- A faulty secondary heat exchanger.
- A faulty furnace humidifier.
- A clogged internal drain.
If the furnace still isn’t cycling, there could be one of three problems happening:
- The fan limit switch is set to “manual override”.
- You have a faulty fan limit switch.
- Your thermostat isn’t wired properly.