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Calgary Humidifier Repair

Humidifier repair services for Calgary, Cochrane & Surrounding Areas

Is your home’s humidifier system not working correctly? Not only does Spring’s Servicing & Heating install new systems, but we’re also just one call away when you need repairs or maintenance. Having optimal humidity in your home is crucial to your overall well-being, but excessive dryness can damage the wood inside your home. As professionals who have repaired humidifiers for decades, we know the importance of returning your humidity to how you like it. Our qualified maintenance team can take care of all your humidifier repair needs.


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Restore your home’s air quality with humidifier repair

If you’re noticing signs your humidifier isn’t working as it should, it might be time to call in the professionals. Keeping up on regular cleaning, maintenance and filter changes will keep your humidifier working optimally, but sometimes it needs a professional touch.

Here are some of the signs your humidifier needs repair services.

Reduced mist output or no mist at all

A drop in mist output signals it’s time to check your humidifier’s filter or heating element for issues.

Unusual or loud noises during operation

If your humidifier starts making odd or loud noises, it may indicate a malfunctioning fan or motor needing attention.

Constant leakage or pooling of water

Water leaks or pooling around your humidifier suggest seal or tank damage, requiring immediate repair to prevent water damage.

Decreased overall efficiency and performance

Are you noticing that your humidifier isn’t improving air moisture? It could be due to clogged filters or aging parts that need a tune-up.

Is it time to repair or replace your humidifier?

When your humidifier isn’t working as it should, it might be time to consider repair or replacement. Common signs it’s time to repair your humidifier include:

  • Persistent unpleasant odors
  • Frequent cycling on and off
  • Difficulty in adjusting humidity levels
  • Visible mould or mildew buildup
  • Indicator lights flashing or not functioning
  • Dry indoor air despite continuous use
  • Increase in allergy or respiratory symptoms among household members
  • Accumulation of mineral deposits or scale on the device
  • The humidifier runs constantly without effectively raising humidity levels
  • Changes in water consumption, either too much or too little
  • Persistent operational issues despite repairs
  • Increased frequency of maintenance needs
  • Inability to maintain desired humidity levels
  • Visible signs of wear and tear or corrosion

If you’re looking for a new humidifier or it’s time to replace your existing one, we recommend Honeywell or General Aire®

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Large Evaporative Bypass Humidifier 17 GPD

The Honeywell Home Bypass Humidifier delivers comfort throughout your home by using your central heating and cooling system. With a versatile design and easy-access pads, this humidifier helps manage your indoor humidity to create an enjoyable environment.

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Bypass Flow Through Humidifier

The Honeywell Home Whole-Home Bypass Humidifier has built-in water saving technology that uses significantly less water than a standard model humidifier.

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Whole House Bypass Duct-Mounted Humidifier

The HE400A Whole House Humidifier replenishes moisture throughout the entire home to help protect wood floors and furniture from drying and cracking and can reduce static electricity to help keep your home more comfortable.

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if you don't clean the air humidifier?

Without frequent cleaning, your humidifier’s parts (which come in contact with water) can produce mould and germ growth. This outcome can result in a dirty humidifier which can cause issues for those with asthma and allergies. However, even healthy people can develop lung infections or flu-like symptoms from a dirty humidifier.

Based on factors such as how well its maintenance and water quality, a humidifier’s lifespan can be between 10-15 years.

You should clean your humidifier once every couple of weeks to help prevent residue accumulation. All that’s required to clean the unit are scrub cloths, a brush and a mineral cleaning solution.