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It's Dry In Colorado — How to Overcome

In many areas of the country, wintertime dryness can be a problem. But for us in Colorado, dry air is a year-round challenge, winter, spring, summer, and fall.

You already have central heating and air conditioning for climate control, but you can also add a whole house humidifier to gain total control of your indoor climate.

This is a step most homeowners often put off — and then kick themselves for not doing it sooner. Indeed, ask a Colorado homeowner who has one, and they’ll tell you they’ll never go without it.

Cody did a great job with my install of a humidifier and upgraded filter. He explained the operation of both items to my satisfaction

- Gordon D, Littleton

Why the post-purchase enthusiasm?

It’s definitely a “don’t know what you’re missing until you try it” situation!

And, yes, we’re willing to put our money where our mouth is on this — read on for more on this at the end of the article.

Why Bother Getting a Whole Home Humidifier?

Specifically, dry indoor air poses the following problems that, may or may not sound all that bad — until you no longer have to put up with them.

  • Skin Problems
  • Dry throats — especially while sleeping
  • Eye irritation
  • Nose bleeds
  • Static Electricity
  • Decreased Indoor Comfort

Why Whole Home Humidifiers Aren't Like Portable Units?

The other issue that causes people to pause when thinking about whole home humidifiers is previous dissatisfaction with portable units.

And this is understandable — portable humidifiers are a pain in the butt!

Portable units only humidify one room and can’t be calibrated to provide the right level of humidity.

So that one room often becomes OVER humidified.

Plus, portable units are in constant need of cleaning and refilling. With dirty units a potential cause of health problems rather than a solution to them.

Whole Home Humidifiers are entirely different and 1000% better.

  • Once installed, their maintenance can be included with your home's AC and furnace tune-ups
  • They are tied into your home's plumbing and never need filing
  • When installed by Climate Control Experts at Plumbline Services, they can be precisely calibrated to provide and maintain the perfect level of humidity for your home and health
  • They always improve the health of your nose, throat, skin, and hair

Again, once you experience the improved comfort and health that comes from a whole home humidifier, you’ll never go back to living without one.

OK, so a Whole Home Humidifier sounds good. What does it Cost?

Ballpark pricing is a couple of thousand dollars installed. And we can finance that, too.

But here’s our guarantee on this — if you install a whole home humidifier and don’t think it’s a game-changer for your home comfort after two months, we at Plumbline Services will take it back AND give you your money back.

We’re serious about how great a solution this is for you, your family, and your home.

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