Discover the Ideal Repair Service To Fulfil All Your Humidifier Needs

Posted By: Dry Air Services , Category : dehumidifier repair service , Date:December 30, 2021

A humid climate is definitely one of the more annoying climates to stay in. The more humidity in the air, the tougher it is for our bodies to transfer heat to the air. This translates into a very uncomfortable feeling in our bodies. This has necessitated the need for dehumidifiers that can combat high temperatures, high humidity, mildew, mould, and the stale smell that comes when a room is unoccupied for a period of time. Humidity is especially hard to endure in places like Sydney and Melbourne, making a dehumidifier repair service a top requirement in places like this.

A humid climate makes it feel hotter and more uncomfortable than what the actual temperature warrants. The reason is that sweat does not evaporate as fast. This is why a humidifier is required to remove the moisture from the surroundings.

These humidifiers are generally divided into three types:

  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Residential

Commercial Humidifiers:

As the name suggests, commercial humidifiers are mainly used for commercial offices and complexes. They generally perform a centralised function similar to a whole-house humidification. A stellar example of this is the commercial desiccant systems that are becoming increasingly familiar in recent times. A compelling reason to use them is that they have low equipment cost, use desiccant silica gel wheels, and have a modular design. These compact humidity control systems in the form of the all-electric desiccant systems are simple in design, highly efficient, and use rejected heat from the condenser.

Industrial Humidifiers:

Industrial humidifiers have extensive requirements with regards to temperature and climate control and efficiency in function. Some humidifiers are temporary in construction to ensure internal humidity levels that are stabilised and maintained to prevent mould growth prior to the commissioning of the air conditioning system. There are also mobile truck-mounted dehumidification and temperature control units responsible for an emergency response to water damage restoration and temperature climate control applications.

Residential Humidifiers:

Residential humidifiers generally don’t have very stringent requirements and quite often are more likely to be repaired rather than replaced. They are smaller, less expensive and quieter, and cannot be used for larger spaces. Generally, air conditioning systems perform the function of dehumidification themselves, eliminating the need for a separate dehumidifier.

Why do We Need Professionals to Repair our Humidifiers?

There are three humidifiers issues that require a professional’s help.

  • Humidifier is Noisy: There are many reasons for this, especially in the case of loud noises: collected debris, a defective fan motor, or even a clogged drain system.
  • Humidifier is Leaking: This is usually a problem seen with humidifiers that lack regular maintenance. Clogging in the drainpipe leads to water build-up and eventually leaks out. Other reasons include a damaged solenoid valve or excessive water pressure beyond the tolerance level of the humidifier.
  • Humidifier is not Starting or Responding: Only professionals have the ready tools and the know-how to solve the problem. This is because the humidifier not turning on could be due to a multitude of reasons. 

What do you Expect in a Humidifier Repair Service?

  • 24/7 response service
  • Trained professionals
  • Quality service

At Dry Air Services, we ensure quality in all our services. Our blend of trained professionals with the latest testing equipment ensures that we are able to respond in any defect ad provide a complete and efficient repair service. In addition, we provide regular service visits and preventive maintenance schedules tailored for your equipment’s specific operational requirements to ensure the required optimal reliability and performance.