Illinois HVAC professional Frank Weglarz on how humidity plays a huge role in indoor air quality, discussing humidification strategies for homes.

Humidification in homes
Frank Talks About Humidification in Home Heating and Cooling

(Newswire.net — October 26, 2015) Highland Park, IL — Indoor air quality is a topic that Frank Weglarz is passionate about.  As the owner of Action Air HVAC Construction, Inc., in Highland Park, Illinois, Frank knows his way around heating and cooling systems.  One of the crucial components often overlooked by other contractors is humidification, or adding moisture to the heated air for improved quality, especially in wintertime. Among Frank’s many specialties, he has installed many whole-house humidifiers throughout the Chicago metro area.  His expertise in these systems is unparalleled, and that is one of the reasons he is highly sought-after by residents of the communities he serves.  “In summer, dry conditioned air is a benefit for people’s comfort,” says Frank.  “In winter, though, that dry heated air can lead to unpleasant side effects in the home.”  Dry air can aggravate certain skin conditions and cause itchy eyes.  In addition, respiratory ailments such as asthma can be triggered by the dehumidified air in the home. One of the most unpleasant side effects of air that is too dry is the increase in static shocks when touching metal doorknobs or appliances. “Adding moisture to the heated air in the home can save electricity costs, too,” adds Frank.  “The phenomenon is referred to as ‘apparent temperature’, where the humidified air feels warmer than the dry air.” For more information on Frank, visit .

 

Frank is knowledgeable about the many whole-house humidification systems on the market.  His expertise leads him to select the right system for each house’s unique conditions, and his customers appreciate his consideration.  He says that simple systems like drum units may save money in the short term, but have their own share of drawbacks.  Other systems like mist- or steam-generating units may cost more up front, but are much more controllable by the homeowner, and come with no concerns of mold growth or standing water issues. 

 

Frank’s dedication to helping his many customers find the best solutions for their homes is what has made Action Air HVAC Construction, Inc. such a popular choice in the suburban Chicogo landscape.  Hundreds of satisfied customers have benefitted from the craftsmanship, integrity, and outstanding service the company has staked its reputation on. To learn more about Frank and his company, visit http://frankweglarzhvac.blogspot.com/.

 

About: After working in the commercial insurance industry as a salesman, Frank Weglarz returned to his real love – heating and cooling.  Frank and his wife Jessica established Action Air HVAC Construction, Inc., in 2003 in Highland Park, Illinois, a Chicago suburb.  The company’s outstanding reputation for quality and service has made them one of the premier HVAC contractors in the region.  In fact, Frank’s vast knowledge of heating and cooling has earned him the nickname “The HVAC Guy”.

 

About Action Air HVAC Construction, Inc.

After working in the commercial insurance industry as a salesman, Frank Weglarz returned to his real love – heating and cooling. Frank and his wife Jessica established Action Air HVAC Construction, Inc., in 2003 in Highland Park, Illinois, a Chicago suburb. The company’s outstanding reputation for quality and service has made them one of the premier HVAC contractors in the region. In fact, Frank’s vast knowledge of heating and cooling has earned him the nickname “The HVAC Guy”.

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