A home humidifier attached to the return duct with a bypass connection to the supply hot air duct.

Stabilize Humidity with Whole-House Humidifiers, Dehumidifiers

If you’ve ever been stuck outside on a warm, humid day, you know how uncomfortable it was. The same principle applies to your indoor air, with unbalanced humidity levels negatively affecting your health and well-being. If you’re struggling with excessive humidity or too little, your sense of comfort won’t be whole until levels are returned to ideal conditions. Luckily, you have access to exceptional humidity control solutions.

Whole-house humidifiers and dehumidifiers are formidable enough to inject moisture into or extract moisture from your home’s indoor air to reach ideal levels of 30-60%. Canyon State Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing provides both humidifier installation and dehumidifier installation in Phoenix so you can secure quality service and equipment capable of providing your ideal sense of comfort. Request a free quote for humidity control equipment installation by giving us a call at 623-584-2850 today.

How Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers Function

It can be tougher to maintain comfortable humidity levels if the local climate is especially humid or arid. In addition, your own HVAC system can have an impact on how much moisture is floating around. Whole-house humidity control systems reverse the impact of these outside influences. The design of humidifiers and dehumidifiers are relatively similar, with the key difference being where the moisture is sent.

For humidifiers, water is evaporated by warm air prior to entering your HVAC system. Dehumidifiers run in reverse, cooling moist air until it condenses into water. Both humidifiers and dehumidifiers are fixed to the HVAC system’s ductwork so that it stabilizes moisture around your home or commercial property. It also includes a plumbing connection so that it has quick access to water or drainage.

Whole-house humidifiers are connected to the property’s water main for a steady supply of water it can evaporate for humidity. Some designs make use of the furnace’s blower motor while others use their own fan system to evaporate condensed moisture.

A dehumidifier will instead feature a condensate drainage system to make sure removed moisture is properly expelled. It could be sent to a reservoir tank or drain right into your sump pump or sewer line. In case it’s deposited into a tank, it should be regularly emptied.

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What Are Some Benefits of a Humidifier/Dehumidifier?

Depending on what kind of humidity control system you need, a reputable whole-house system can share various benefits to your indoor air quality, including:


  • Prevents belongings from drying out: Adding humidity into dry air can have a positive effect on everything indoors, not just yourself. For example, it helps save wood furniture, cabinetry and flooring from drying out, which can result in splitting or cracking.
  • Offers relief for allergies and skin irritation: Low humidity can aggravate coughing and sneezing along with rashes and other skin conditions. Humidifiers supply consistent relief to those struggling with skin or sinus issues.
  • Lessens risk of various illnesses: Adequate moisture in the air can help keep people healthier by keeping their nasal passages from drying out. Dry, inflamed sinuses won’t be as capable of keeping illness-causing bacteria and viruses under control.


  • Discourages the conditions for mold/mildew spores: Warm, humid air is an ideal environment for a wide range of microorganisms and even pests. Adding a whole-house dehumidifier will discourage mold, mildew and dust mites from settling down in the hidden corners of the property. For added support eliminating microbes, consider a UV Germicidal light.
  • Stops wood rot and water damage: Excessively humid air can wreak havoc on an assortment of materials indoors, such as wood furniture and flooring or even paint. These materials can warp or rot from within because of excess moisture.
  • Minimizes musty odors: Once mold and rot take hold indoors, it can lead to unpleasant odors that are hard to get rid of. Stabilized humidity keeps your indoor air smelling clean and fresh.
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Keep Humidity Levels Perfect with Support from Canyon State Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing

Looking to make your HVAC system more resilient while also addressing humid/dry air concerns? Canyon State Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing can help you out with an outstanding number of humidifiers and dehumidifiers! With our expert installers in Phoenix, we make it effortless to secure healthier, balanced air indoors.

Schedule a free quote for dehumidifier or humidifier installation in Phoenix by calling 623-584-2850 today.

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A complete sense of comfort shouldn’t be out of anyone’s budget. Canyon State Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing lightens the load with seasonal promotions, discounts and other special offers. These offers help lower costs for key services, new equipment or whatever else you need for your comfort and peace of mind. Check out our current offers for more details on how to save.

Committed to Comfort from the Very Start

While a long history of service is impressive, nothing is more important to customer satisfaction than a dedication to total comfort. Canyon State Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing considers your peace of mind our top priority, and that hasn’t changed since we first opened our doors. Learn more about our history, and how our communities support us just as much as we support you.