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Indoor air quality is an important part of keeping your family safe and healthy. Every day, you breathe around 11,000 liters of air—but the air is filled with millions of contaminants! At Schneller, we understand that protecting your indoor air is an investment, and it’s not one that should be put on the back burner. Whether you’re dealing with dry home air or suffer from dust and pollen, our team is equipped with the products and service knowledge needed to ensure you get exactly what you need to restore comfort in your home.
The holidays are just around the corner and you’re taking stock of your home’s interior, cleaning and getting ready for holiday decorating and company, both expected and unexpected guests.
There’s a problem that’s been gnawing at you, though, and it has nothing to do with how your house looks. It has to do with how dry it is inside. On cold days, it can feel like the Sahara! Here’s what all that dry air can do to you and your company and what you can do to stop the holiday static — electricity, that is! Read More
How Dry Winter Air Wreaks Havoc on Our Respiratory Systems
When winter comes, the common cold usually isn’t too far behind. But is that cough, sore throat, or stuffed up nose really a cold? Symptoms that mimic a cold could actually be the result of low humidity in your home. We need our furnaces to keep our homes warm during winter, but when they churn out air that’s too dry, they can actually cause a whole host of respiratory problems. Read More
The weather has begun to change from the sunny, warmth of summer to the crisp, cool of fall. In a few short weeks, the snow will fly and the temperatures will drop so far you’ll need to crank up your furnace to stay warm. If you’re like many people, you’ll also drag out the humidifier. But did you know that your humidifier can save you money this winter? It’s true, installation of a whole house humidifier will not only help with your finances now, but you’ll also see long-term benefits. Read More
A whole-home humidifier can do wonders for the home. If your heating and cooling equipment is already covered under a maintenance plan agreement, adding similar coverage to your humidifier is an easy way to ensure your home stays comfortable, and performing at its best. Essentially, a maintenance plan that includes all the components of your heating and cooling system provides all of the maintenance that is needed, and allows you to enjoy a longer life out of all of your equipment. Read More
We hear the question all the time. It usually comes from customers who notice a decline in the air quality of their home and know they have to do something, but aren’t sure what. Homeowners ask if they need to replace their whole system, or if individual pieces, like a new humidifier could save the day. Our answer? It all depends. Read More
Homeowners often dismiss dry air as nothing more than uncomfortable, but overly dry air can lead to damage in your home as well as a number of health issues. Whether your aim is to protect your wooden furniture, or prevent itchy skin and nosebleeds, a humidifier can help this winter. Of course, when choosing a humidifier, homeowners have options.
Schneller often hears the question, “Should I choose a whole-house humidifier or several smaller ones?” Today, your Cincinnati heating and cooling experts break down the reasons a whole-house humidifier is a better fit for most homes. Read More
Did you know that the air inside your home could be more polluted than the air outside? It’s easy to see smog when you step outside or commute to work, but the air quality inside your home takes more examination. Schneller & Knochelmann Plumbing, Heating & Air knows first hand how much the air in your home impacts your health and happiness, so today we’re introducing you to Aprilaire – one of our favorite tools to improve indoor air quality. Read More