Perfect Humidity Means Perfect Comfort

If your home is too dry, we're Toronto's furnace humidifier pros

Make Sure Your Home’s Air is Healthy and Comfortable

Do you enjoy waking up in the middle of the night with a dry mouth and a sore, scratchy throat? How about dry eyes and itchy skin? Is this just “normal life” for you during the dry Winter months? For many, the answer is yes, and they just accept it and wait for Spring not knowing there is a solution.  

Not only does dry low humidity air affect your health, but it also damages furniture. A double whammy. Did you know you don’t have to accept this reduced level of home comfort for 4-5 months of every year?  

What if your home could maintain the perfect humidity even during the coldest and driest months of the year? You wouldn’t have to buy a bunch of Winter lotion to soothe your itchy skin, and you could ditch the bed stand glass of water you sip from throughout the night. What if you could have perfect home comfort every day of the year?

You can!

A whole-home humidifier or central humidifier keeps your home’s humidity levels in the perfect range year round. Perfect home humidity gets maximum efficiency from your cooling and heating systems. You’ll feel cool in the summer and warm in the winter, and the air quality will be healthy and safe.

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When you work with CozyWorld, we can promise...

No Hidden Costs

The price we quote is the price you get.

Done Right The First Time

Our expert technicians take their time and make sure your whole house humidifier is installed right and functioning correctly before they leave.

100% Comfort Guarantee

Your new furnace humidifier will work as promised, and we'll provide maintenance to ensure years of comfort.

4 Steps to Perfectly Balanced Home Humidity:

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Tell us about your home’s dryness issues.

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Free Accurate Quote

An experienced technician will give you a free consultation explaining all of your options and provide a free quote.

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Fast, Easy Installation

Our humidifier installations are efficient, professional, and you’ll hardly notice we’re there.

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Enjoy Perfect Air Quality

Never feel uncomfortably dry in your own home again.

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Have questions? We've got answers!

How can I get a quote?

It’s easy! Just click here to request a free consultation. We will give you a call to discuss your needs, and arrange to meet at your home. From there, we can give you a guaranteed price.

how long does furnace humidifier installation take?

It depends on how many units need to be installed. Typically, each unit takes between 4-6 hours, so 2 units can be installed in one day. In most cases, we can install up to 3 units, same day.

how do I know if i'm getting the best price?

It’s important to take experience and customer satisfaction into account as well as price. While another company may quote a lower price, how much are you saving if the job is done poorly and needs to be repaired in the near future? With CozyWorld, you’re getting the satisfaction of a job done right the first time, every time — at a competitive price.

What are the negative effects of low humidity?

When the humidity in your home is too low, it can cause health issues. Bloody noses, increased static electricity, dry skin and eyes, scratchy throat and nose, and respiratory problems. Low humidity also affects your body temperature creating a cold feeling even when the thermostat is set high. Additionally, low humidity causes wood floors and furniture to shrink, separate, and warp. Wallpaper may peel around the edges and loosen.

What is a furnace humidifier?

Also known as “whole house humidifiers,” “central air humidifiers,” and “bypass humidifiers,” a furnace humidifier provides and regulates humidity for the whole house. They combat the negative effects of dry air on your health and furniture by providing the ideal indoor humidity during the driest times of the year.

How do Bypass humidifiers work?

A whole-home humidifier is installed on your furnace.  It adds moisture to your home’s air and works with the heating system to circulate humidity throughout your home. Because they’re installed on the furnace, they’re able to more effectively maintain your entire home’s humidity than portable humidifiers.  

Won’t the humidity cause mold?

No. Mold is the result of too much humidity. A whole-home humidifier regulates your home’s humidity to the ideal humidity levels and shuts off once the ideal level is reached.

Which kind of furnace humidifier do I need?

You do have several options when it comes to choosing a whole-home humidifier. The best thing to do is to get a free consultation from an experienced HVAC company that understands furnace humidifiers.

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Do you suffer from allergies and upper respiratory problems during the cooler months of the year?

Would you like to naturally relieve these symptoms and improve the air quality in your home? A whole home humidifier adds moisture to the air.

When the air becomes dry in the winter, moisture draws out of porous materials, including your woodwork, wood floors, furniture, and pianos. In addition to drying porous materials out, when the air is drier in your home, your home will feel cooler, which causes your heating system to work harder.

Whole house humidifiers install on your furnace or central heating and cooling forced air system. They increase the humidity in your home to make it feel warmer in the winter months. In the summertime, the whole house humidifier limits the humidity level to help keep your home feeling cooler.

Whole house humidifiers offer many benefits, including:

  • Convenience
  • Regulation of Humidity Levels in Your Home
  • Improved Health
  • Increased Comfort
  • Reduced Operating Costs

A whole house humidifier installed on a forced air furnace allows you to set your preferred humidity level. Whole house humidifiers use a hygrometer to measure your home’s humidity levels. When the furnace turns on, the humidifier activates, and the heat delivered to your home humidifies to your preferred level to ensure your home is comfortable.

Whole house humidifiers monitor the humidity levels in your home and add moisture to the air when needed. When the humidity in your home is at or above your designated humidity level, the humidity will be limited. It is essential to have the proper level of humidity because too much humidity can increase the risk of mold growth, dust mites, and mildew.

A whole house humidifier maintains a healthy humidity level so you can breathe easier. Dry air can cause nose bleeds, encourage the spread of fungi and viruses, and can exacerbate existing sinus problems. Humidified air helps to reduce dry throat, dry skin, and chapped lips, as well as reduce snoring.

When the air is humid it feels warmer than dry air. Humidified, heated air allows you to lower the thermostat on your furnace while remaining comfortable. When you can lower your thermostat, your heating bills will decrease.

Whole house humidifiers go into the existing plumbing in your home, which means that you will not need to buy water to use in your humidifier. Many people worry that adding a whole house humidifier will increase their water bill. Although it will increase your water bill, it will only cost a few cents monthly.

Whole house humidifiers are quite affordable and have low operational costs. Whole house humidifiers typically last 10 years without any issue. In addition to the affordability of the unit, a whole house humidifier will lower your heating costs. When the air in your home is at the proper humidity level, you can lower your thermostat by a few degrees without sacrificing your comfort.

Whole home humidifiers adjust the amount of humidity that releases based on the temperature in your home. Because they operate automatically, you will never need to worry about adding water or turning it on. Once installed, you will be able to set it and forget it.

Whole house humidifiers hooked up to your forced air heating and cooling system will regulate the humidity in your entire house. The moisture pushes through your heating and cooling system when your furnace is running.

Whole home humidifiers help to prevent damage in your home. The humidity level in your home should be between 30 and 50 percent. When your home has low humidity levels, wood furniture, floors, and musical instruments can become damaged. Static electricity in the home increases and can damage the electronics in your home. Finally, dry air in your home can cause wallpaper to peel and the drywall in your home to separate.

Finally, low humidity levels can increase the risk of a number of health issues. When the humidity levels are low, you can experience sinus irritations, increased allergies, and dry skin. Low humidity levels also increase the risk of viruses.

We offer two different types of whole house humidifiers, including the Bypass Humidifier and the Power Humidifier. Both units help to regulate and increase the humidity in your home.

Bypass humidifiers install on your forced air furnace. The forced air furnace heats the water and circulates the humidity throughout your home via your ductwork system. This type of system is easier to maintain and less intrusive than portable humidifiers. A bypass humidifier reduces your energy costs by allowing you to lower your thermostat without sacrificing our comfort levels.

A power humidifier installs above your furnace on your ductwork. This system uses the warm air above your furnace. The power humidifier gathers the warm air, adds moisture to it and then returns it to your forced air system.

Power humidifiers typically deliver more moisture in your home than a bypass humidifier. The power humidifier’s built-in fan circulates humidified air throughout your home even when your forced air furnace is not on.

Both of these types of whole house humidifiers are programmed to keep your humidity level in your home at the ideal range for health and comfort. This range is between 30 and 60 percent relative humidity.

Our Lennox Healthy Climate whole house humidifiers do not release any ozone emissions and can work with any forced air system. Lennox offers a limited five-year warranty on the covered components in the whole house humidifier, which means you will be able to enjoy years of worry-free humidity regulation in your home.

Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Does your home feel cool even though the thermostat says that it is warm? If so, the humidity levels in your home are probably below the recommended relative humidity levels. A whole house humidifier can increase your comfort, protect your furnishings and electronics, and reduce your risk of illness. Contact us today to learn about our line of whole house humidifiers and how they can lower your heating bills, improve your health, and protect your possessions.