Albuquerque Humidifiers are the Answer for Dryness

It’s no secret New Mexico is a dry place to live! And this affects people’s skin, hair, causes bloody noses, and other discomforts. If you run humidifiers in your home but don’t feel like they adequately cover the square footage, and you hate cleaning them and constantly refilling them, we have a solution for you!

Humidifiers for Albuquerque Homes and Businesses

At Bosque, we’ve seen and heard of a lot of humidifiers that promise one thing but aren’t able to deliver. That’s why we highly recommend and only install steam humidifiers by Aprilaire. Because of the nature of air conditioners, humidifiers work best in the winter when you’re running your furnace. That’s because air conditioners work by removing heat and moisture from the air, so a humidifier and an AC unit always end up battling.

But in the winter, which is when it tends to feel the driest, a humidifier works to add moisture to your whole home, relieving dry skin and other discomforts of the dry air here in Albuquerque. These humidifiers are self-cleaning and hook up to a water source, so you never have to fill them up. And as a side benefit, you can actually run your thermostat a little bit lower in the winter while using a humidifier, because the humidity added to the air ends up making your home feel warmer.

How do I know if I need a humidifier connected to my HVAC?

Some people aren’t bothered by dry air while others are particularly sensitive to it. If you’ve recently moved to the Albuquerque area from a more humid climate, live in the Sandia region of Albuquerque where the elevation is higher, or are particularly prone to bloody noses and/or dry skin, you may want to consider a humidifier for your whole home.

Why is a whole-home humidifier better than running other store-bought humidifiers?

Often, humidifiers you buy from the store have a hard time covering the square footage you need coverage for. Also, many require constant cleaning and all require you to frequently refill the water storage compartment. If these factors are annoyances to you, or your humidifiers just don’t produce the humidity you need, then a steam humidifier that connects to your HVAC system is right for you.

Need to alleviate that dry skin, bloody noses, and general discomfort that come from the dry Albuquerque air? Contact us today at Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing.

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Commonly Asked Questions About AC Installation

What do I need to know before installing a new air conditioner in New Mexico?

Installing a new heating and air conditioning system is not an easy task. There are many factors that must align in order for you to get this done successfully, such as the size of your home or business space needed by BTUs (the amount calculated when determining how much energy will be required). You also need building code requirements along with SEER ratings on offer from different manufactures before committing yourself to something expensive!

What questions should I ask my Albuquerque HVAC contractor?

  1. What Do You Think is Wrong With My Current HVAC System?
  2. What HVAC Brands Do You Recommend (and Carry)?
  3. Can I See a Copy of Your HVAC Contractor’s License?
  4. Can You Provide Me Details of Your Liability Insurance?
  5. Who Will Install the New HVAC System?
  6. What is and What’s Not Included in the Project Quote?
  7. How Soon Can You Start Work?

When do I need an AC repair versus a new AC installation?

It is totally case by case. Every situation in every home and business is different. The best thing you can do if you have a question about your cooling system is to let one of our technicians from Bosque come out, survey your current system and the issues it’s having, and give you a variety of potential solutions.

If your AC is acting up, not cooling your home efficiently, making lots of unusual sounds, or not cooling at all, give Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing a call right away! We can expertly diagnose the issue and get your unit up and running so you can live and work at a comfortable temperature.

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Bosque Heating Cooling & Plumbing is open 24/7.

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Cities We Serve

Bosque Heating, Cooling and Plumbing provides service in the entire Albuquerque metroplex area as well as Santa Fe, and most cities within about a one-hour drive from our headquarters in Albuquerque. Not sure if we can service your area? Just give us a call. Some common cities we serve are: