Improve Air Quality and Protect Your Home with Humidifier Services in Southern New Mexico

Take a deep breath and say goodbye to dry air in your home. Humidifiers are a crucial tool in maintaining a healthy and comfortable living space. Not only do they reduce allergens and improve air quality, but they also play a vital role in safeguarding your home's wood furnishings.

However, a malfunctioning humidifier can create its own set of problems. Excess humidity can lead to mold growth, posing a threat to both your health and your home.

Don't let a broken humidifier ruin your indoor environment. Trust the experts at Aire Serv® of Southern New Mexico for fast, reliable humidifier repair and replacement services. Our team is committed to ensuring your home remains a sanctuary of clean and breathable air.

Give us a call or request an appointment online for top-notch home humidifier services.

Types of Humidifiers We Service

We service all types and brands of humidifiers, including:

Whole-house humidifiers:

  • Flow through
  • Drum

Portable humidifiers:

  •  Evaporative
  •  Steam
  •  Warm mist
  •  Impeller
  •  Ultrasonic

Residential Humidifier Repair: Ensuring Your Unit Works Perfectly

No one wants a malfunctioning humidifier, but sometimes repairs are necessary. Signs like moldy odors, banging noises, or inconsistent operation indicate your unit needs servicing.

Common fixes for home humidifiers include:

  • Repairing leaks or broken seals
  • Dealing with loose wiring or parts
  • Fixing a faulty humidistat, solenoid valve, or distribution tray
  • Addressing a malfunctioning fan, motor, belt, control board, or electrical setup
  • Clearing clogs in drain lines, valves, or filters
  • Providing proper lubrication

Whether due to neglect or normal wear and tear, our team is here to help you repair your humidifier. Don't let a faulty unit affect your home's comfort.

Upgrade Your Home's Air Quality with a New Residential Humidifier 

Are you tired of dealing with dry air, allergies, and a musty smell in your home? It might be time to replace your old, ineffective humidifier.

Here are some signs that your humidifier is beyond repair:

  • Your allergies are getting worse and the air quality is decreasing.
  • You're constantly repairing your humidifier, and the costs keep adding up.
  • Mineral deposits are building up and becoming difficult to remove.
  • Despite regular maintenance, your humidifier is becoming less efficient.
  • Your unit is over 10 years old.

When it's time to replace your humidifier, our team can recommend the best make and model for your home. We'll make sure you're getting the most out of your new unit.

And don't forget, we can also assess your home in the summer months for dehumidifier services.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Does My Humidifier Smell Musty?

If you notice a musty smell coming from your humidifier, it is likely due to the buildup of dust, bacteria, or mold inside the unit. For portable units, simply cleaning the humidifier or changing the tank water should resolve the issue. However, if you have a whole home humidifier, it could indicate a clogged drain line, a need to change the filter, or mold growth in your ductwork. In such cases, it is best to seek help from our service professionals in Southern New Mexico.

Why Isn't My Humidifier Working?

There are a few common reasons why your humidifier may not be working:

  • Old or clogged filter
  • Low water levels
  • Loose parts or electrical issues
  • Dirty or jammed float valve

In many cases, troubleshooting or cleaning can fix these issues. However, if your humidifier continues to malfunction, it is recommended to call our professionals at Aire Serv® of Southern New Mexico for assistance.

Why Isn't My Humidifier Misting?

If your humidifier is not producing mist, these are the most likely reasons:

  • No power
  • Grime and mineral buildup
  • Incorrect humidity settings
  • Loose, jammed, or broken float valve

If cleaning the unit, checking power connections, or adjusting settings does not resolve the problem, it is advisable to contact Aire Serv® of Southern New Mexico for further assistance.

How Often Should You Replace Humidifier Filters?

To ensure optimal performance and prevent the buildup of dust, grime, and mold, we recommend replacing your humidifier filters at least once every 3 months. If you have a higher level of home pollutants or suffer from allergies, more frequent filter replacements may be necessary.

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