The Aprilaire Automatic Humidifier Ends Indoor Dryness. Eliminate parched, dry air throughout your entire home with the Aprilaire Automatic Humidifier. As the world’s first computer-equipped, completely automatic humidifier, it features exclusive automatic “no-touch” computer operation that eliminates the need for constant manual adjustments. In fact, tests show that the Aprilaire Automatic Humidifier is three times more accurate and four times more reliable than other humidifiers.
Save your family and your home from the damaging effects of over-dry air. Dry nose and cracked, itchy skin. Aggravated allergy and asthma symptoms. Painful static shocks. Chipping paint and plaster. Warped or damaged wood floors and furniture, trim and molding. Sound familiar? Why go through another season with these problems when there is a solution—an Aprilaire Whole-Home Humidifier.
Turning your temperature up in the wintertime will keep you warm but won’t increase your home’s humidity. Daily activities like showering, cooking, and doing laundry won’t produce enough moisture to keep your home’s air from being too dry. According to medical experts, many viruses thrive in low humidity and can increase the likelihood of getting colds, flu and upper respiratory ailments. The American Society of Otolaryngology reports that it is important to prevent an overly dry environment because it makes people more susceptible to infection.
A whole-home humidifier from Aprilaire will deliver the perfect amount of moisture to your air making you feel more comfortable at lower thermostat settings. The EPA states that you can save up to 4% on your heating bill for every degree you lower your thermostat. Increase your family’s level of comfort and protect your valuable furnishings by adding just the right amount of moisture with an Aprilaire Whole-House Humidifier.
Humidity not only produces a heavy or muggy feeling inside the home, it can also damage furniture and even wood work. Unwanted humidity can be removed through proper installation and maintenance of an air conditioning unit. Call us today so that we can provide a free estimate on installing an air conditioning unit to improve your home's atmosphere. If air conditioning problems are making you lose your cool, we have EPA certified technicians that are trained to handle refrigerants and conduct repair services with utmost care.
Flickering lights? Crackling sounds from the panel box? Most homes have outdated electrical service that leads to constant replacement of fuses and tripped circuit breakers. Aside from bringing your electrical service up-to-date, you may also require an electrical panel replacement or upgrade when renovating your home. Our licensed electricians can help in safely installing electrical work so that all your appliances can run on full power.
At Action Heating, we are proud to say that we have the finest water heaters in the market. From installation to maintenance, you can count on our expert technicians to ensure that you have all the hot water you need, when you need it. Proper installation combined with yearly upkeep that includes testing of relief valve and draining of accumulated sediments will keep your water heater running at optimum condition for more that 20 years.
All it takes to bring down your cooling and heating costs is installing a programmable thermostat that automatically regulates your home's temperature to preset levels that change throughout the day. Save up to 10% of what you usually spend on utilities through typical programming that allows you to input settings suited to your preferences. You will also have the additional convenience of special features that include an energy monitor and filter change indicator.
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Homeowners have been relying on Action Heating for full service HVAC installation and furnace repair services in the Greater Toledo and Northeast Ohio area for the past 50 years. Your satisfaction is guaranteed with our exceptional services that include free estimates and free second opinion on new furnace installation.
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Poor ventilation and improper house cleaning are just some of the reasons why the air quality inside the home is poorer than that of outdoor air. The best way to improve your home's air quality is to determine the actual sources of pollution and work on reducing their emissions. You can also bring fresh air inside the house by placing attic or window fans or just by simply opening doors and windows. Exhaust in the kitchen or bathroom also increase outdoor air ventilation.Preventive maintenance is key to keeping any kind of machinery in good running condition. This also holds true for your home's heating and cooling system. Just like a car's routine tune up, your home's system needs to be checked by professional technicians regularly to make sure that everything is in good running condition and won't stall when you need it the most.
To put things in perspective, heating and cooling systems in your Toledo home run for more hours than your car. It is very important to conduct regular maintenance of your system so that it can continue to function safely and efficiently for years to come.Carbon Monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas that can be emitted by home appliances and can cause illness and death. Even low levels of carbon monoxide have been shown to be dangerous. Carbon monoxide poisoning produces flu-like symptoms, headache, sore throat, rapid heart beats, memory loss, thinking difficulties, and sensitivity to light, sound, smell, etc.
Out of approximately 12,000 patients in the U.S. each year with flu-like symptoms, about 2,000 of them are thought to actually be suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning.All gas, oil, and coal appliances can produce acceptable levels of carbon monoxide. Appliances that are properly vented should never produce detectable levels and internally should produce less than 100 ppm of carbon monoxide.
Un-vented appliances do give off carbon monoxide into the area; therefore the level that they produce should be 50 ppm of carbon monoxide or less. These appliances should only be operated with proper ventilation and for short periods of time. All ovens produce carbon monoxide, even electric ones. Proper ventilation is recommended, especially during warm-up and self-cleaning operation. Carbon monoxide from gas ranges increases each time the oven door is opened.