Northern Colorado’s geographic location is a primary factor for its weather conditions. Because of its high altitude (5,000 feet above sea level), this area of Colorado has hot and dry summers with lots of dust, pollen and other allergens. These particles can cause a lot of discomfort and health issues to arise. During the colder months, the humidity creates a damper environment that can cause mold and mildew to form without you realizing. Without proper filtration or control, your home may become a breeding ground for these harmful particles.
The team at American Air Heating and Air Conditioning are experienced in humidity control for Northern Colorado. We have many solutions to maintain your desired temperature and humidity for any season or weather. Without proper control, humidity with hot and dry weather can cause damage to your family and home. We offer a variety of the industry’s best humidifiers and air conditioners to regulate the air in your home and protect both your home and your family from the dry local climate. Our experienced team can help you choose the right one for your home.
Humidity primarily affects a person’s respiratory functions and nasal passages that can dry out and allow pathogens easy access to the bloodstream. This increases your chances of becoming sick. In the home, humidity can cause damage such as mold and mildew, bent/weak wood flooring and furniture, and peeling or cracks in the paint on your walls and ceiling.
We offer a variety of the industry’s best humidifiers and air conditioners to help control the humidity in your home and protect both your home and yourself from the dry local climate. To best control the humidity through any weather, a humidifier will help give your home the right amount of moisture to keep you breathing better and stop damage to your home.
A humidifier will help give your home the right amount of moisture to reduce risks to your health and damage to your home, no matter the weather. Choosing the right humidifier is very important. One that is too big and too powerful will turn on and off frequently; this stops the humidifier from running long enough to remove the humidity from the air. A unit that’s too small won’t do the job properly either.
Our mission is to make sure you can relax and feel comfortable in your home, no matter the weather outside. Give our Fort Collins location a call at (970) 484-0400 to get started on your home comfort. We also serve Windsor, Greely, Longmont, and more areas in the Colorado region.