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Three Reasons to Upgrade to a Whole-Home Humidifier

We know the benefits of maintaining an ideal humidity range in the home—the question is no longer if you need a humidifier, but rather which one is best for you. A portable unit can help, but obviously its range is limited and you’re going to spend a lot of time refilling it. Instead, professionals like those at DuctWorks Heating & Air Conditioning recommend a whole-home humidifier that provides continuous comfort to every room in your house for:

    UV Lights Keep Your Furnace—And Air—Cleaner

    The same heating and cooling system that keeps you comfortable can also make you sick if you don’t take steps to keep it clean. The cool, moist coils inside these units are an ideal breeding ground for germs, viruses, and mold. Outside, ultraviolet rays in natural sunlight keep these tiny organisms at bay; inside, a Bryant® UV light from DuctWorks Heating & Air Conditioning kills them and neutralizes odors in your home.
     

    For Better Indoor Air Quality, Start With a Humidifier

    Thanks to a few sticky summer days, humidity has something of a bad rap. While a high humidity level and hot temps can be uncomfortable, experts like those at DuctWorks Heating & Air Conditioning know that a really low level is just as bad. This is especially true in winter, when indoor air can literally be as dry as a desert. When the moisture level drops to only 35 percent or lower, you’re going to notice a drop in your air quality and comfort as well.

    Why You Should Care About Dry Air

    No Ducts, No Problem—The Many Advantages of a Ductless System

    With a name like DuctWorks Heating & Air Conditioning, you might think we only work with ducted heating and central air conditioning. Not at all! We are experts when it comes to installing ductless split systems that bring treated air and total comfort to hard-to-control areas. They can be installed in older homes, additions, new construction, condominiums, apartments, and offices—wherever you need more than a fan, window air conditioner, or space heater.
     

    REQUEST THE TEST: Why Radon Testing Matters for Your Minnesota Home

    Radon is an extremely toxic, cancer-causing, radioactive gas found in nearly 80 percent of Minnesota counties. All major health organizations, including the Centers for Disease Control, the American Lung Association, and the American Medical Association, agree that radon presents a significant health risk for the general population. When inhaled, the gas gives off radioactive particles that damage cells lining the lungs. In general, there is no safe level of radon. Even breathing low levels of radon carries risk.

    Why Cash in on Preseason Specials Now

    New, higher efficiency heating and cooling equipment from Bryant can lower your utility bills, improve the overall comfort inside your home or business, and enhance indoor air quality—particularly if your older, existing equipment is giving you problems or near 15 years old. As spring rolls around and preseason sales abound, there are compelling reasons to get serious about buying right now. Here’s the major reason:
    • Money-saving rebates + best selection = great value