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Proper humidification with a home humidifier is a crucial component when we talk about indoor comfort. Our Comfort Advisors are trained to identify your homes unique needs. They will provide you with the right solution based on those needs. For humidifier service, repair, or to install a new humidifier, Omni Home Comfort is the right choice for you!
Why is home humidification in the Champaign Urbana area important? This answer is pretty simple. When done right, having the proper amount of humidity in your home is a simple and effective way to attaining that warm cozy feeling and health in the colder months!
Think about the summer months. Temperatures rise and so does the humidity. You feel great and your skin is glowing! In the winter months its cold and dry. You feel stiff and all dried out! Let’s face it, the weather in the Champaign Urbana and surrounding areas can be tricky! Having an indoor humidifier will help fill that gap in the colder months. Additionally, a humidifier will help keep your skins natural moisture, aid in nasal congestion caused by colder air or allergies, protect your homes integrity by keep your floors and walls from creaking and drywall from cracking, plus it will stop the kids or your spouse from shocking the hell out of you when they go in for that goodnight kiss!
So how does it work? A humidifier can come in a few different forms. Two common ways: one is utilizing steam and the other utilizes water filtration system is referred to as a bi-pass. Both types mount directly to the ductwork located at the furnace and introduce a controlled amount of moisture to system while in use. The type your home will need will depend on a number of variables and will need to be assessed by one of our Comfort Advisors. Are you ready to feel what real comfort feels like? Call or click to schedule your appointment!
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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.