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During the winter months many homes become very dry.  Symptoms of a dry home include dry sinuses, static electricity, wood shrinkage in floors, doors and cabinets.  A steam humidifier is the best way to re-introduce moisture into the home and improve the indoor air quality.

Aprilaire Model 800 Humidifier

The Aprilaire 800 Steam Humidifier with Automatic Digital Control humidifies spaces up to 6,200 square feet. Great for large homes or spaces without a centralized heating system, this will be sure to meet your humidity needs.

  • Under normal conditions, you will need to replace the Aprilaire 80 Canister annually.
  • Features truly automatic control but can be installed in manual mode as well.   


EHUM800 Steam Humidifier

Trane EHUM800 Steam Humidifier is the ultimate solution in providing the correct amount of indoor moisture in all climates with all types of heating systems.

  • Protects wood floors, moldings, and furnishing from harmful dry conditions that can cause damage.
  • Operates independently of the heating system to provide the desired indoor moisture level at all times.
  • 6 different capacities in one unit meets the needs of all size houses up to 5000 square feet.

EHUMD Bypass Humidifier

Envirowise’s trusted home humidifiers can adjust from summer to winter in order to provide the right amount of moisture to the air in your home. It’s not just comfort—it’s relief for your skin.

EHUMD Power Humidifier

Temperature is just one factor in total home comfort, especially in dry weather. A  Envirowise humidifier provides the right amount of moisture in every room and can help alleviate allergy symptoms.

Whole Home Dehumidifiers

Envirowise dehumidifiers are perfect for homes with single-stage HVAC equipment that may not solve high indoor humidity conditions or for high-performance homes with tight or foam insulation.

  • Can be controlled from your Nexia Smart Home control

70V Dry+ Ventilating Dehumidifierâ„¢

A whole home dehumidifier is a better way to solve humidity concerns in your home. Over cooling by turning down the AC temperature costs more to operate during the summer and AC does not provide comfort during the spring and fall seasons when outside temperatures will not allow the AC to run.