HUMIDIFIER EXPERTS FOR THE ENTIRE LOWER MAINLAND.
MAINTAIN YOUR FURNITURE
Having your home be too dry or too humid can damage your furniture and house. By keeping your home’s humidity at approximately 40% you can protect your belongings for years to come.
COMFORTABLE HOME HUMIDITY
Having a central humidifier and well maintained furnace can provide you with nearly unlimited control of your home’s climate. Talk to our technicians about finding your perfect comfort level.
FIXED RIGHT... GUARANTEED!
Have confidence in any repair that we perform. We guarantee a proper fix, or we’ll come back and fix it again at no cost! All installations are backed by a comprehensive extended labour warranty.
FAST AND ON TIME
We’re committed to arriving within the one-hour appointment window that we schedule with you.
IDEAL HUMIDITY LEVEL
Studies have found that people are most comfortable between approximately 40% and 50% humidity in their homes.
Why Choose Campbell Care To Take Care Or Your Central Humidifier?
Living in the Lower Mainland area, we know that the summers can get dry. With humidity dropping as low as 30%, you want to make sure that the environment inside your home is more predictable than the one outside.
Protect Your Home And Furniture
You may have noticed that wooden furniture in arid climates tends to crack and break earlier on in its life. This is due to a lack of moisture in the material. The lack of moisture causes the wood grains to pull apart, which in turn causes the cracking.
You can also see in homes with a lot of moisture in the air that wooden beams will start to warp and bend. This is again due to the moisture in the air causing the opposite reaction. The wood will begin to pull in on itself, causing bowing and warping.
A central humidifier allows you to control the humidity in your home, giving you the power to prevent damage to your home and furniture.
How Does A Filter Work?
Having dry air in your home could be causing you more irritation that you realize. Many health concerns can be attributed to dryness in the air and the spread of dust particles throughout your home.
Some of the issues that can be linked to dust and dry air include:
- Irritated Eyes
- Irritated Throat
- Dry Skin
- Dust Allergy
- Breathing problems
By having moisture in your home’s air you can potentially mitigate some of these issues.
Reduce Ambient Dust
We have all seen it before, a colleague will sit down on the couch and a burst of dust will fly up into the air, floating around for what seems like hours. This ambient dust can get onto and into everything, including your lungs.
Having moisture in the air reduces the ambient dust by having the water particles attach to the dust, thereby making them heavier. This causes the dust to settle more quickly instead of spreading everywhere. This is the same method that people use in construction to keep dust down while working. This allows for cleaner and fresher air, with less dust particles floating around your home.