Robert G.

    They did an excellent job!


    Donna B.

      Great job by both Troy and Steve!


      Debbie N.

        Troy worked very hard and was friendly and professional. The unit looks and works great….thank you!


        Mary Kay B.

          Excellent job, very tidy, answered all our questions.


          Jeff N.

            Very professional. Very helpful. Explained new thermostat in full detail. Great representatives for your company.


            Philip N.

              Always knowledgeable, dependable and courteous. Left our home/basement tidy and warm!!


              Bill L.

                Thank you work was done beautifully.


                Kim U.

                  Great work! Would recommend!


                  Tame Summer Humidity and Winter Dryness

                  Whole-home humidity control from Robinson Heating & Cooling lets you add or remove moisture from the air in your home.

                  Humid or dry air can be more than a mere inconvenience. Humid conditions can promote mold and mildew growth that impacts the health of your family, while low humidity levels can dry skin, create static electricity and crack wooden items within your home.

                  Call us at (920) 490-3394 for a free consultation. Our trained team will help determine if a humidification control system is right for your home.

                  Although the use of a whole-home humidification or dehumidification system is the ultimate way to control your home’s humidity levels, please see these lists of helpful tips.

                  Home Humidification Tips – Wintertime

                  • Find and seal air leaks around your home
                  • Turn down your heat to minimize moisture removal
                  • Minimize use of ventilation in kitchen, bath and laundry areas
                  • Add houseplants or aquariums for natural humidification

                  Dehumidifying Tips – Summertime

                  • Find and fix water leaks around your home
                  • Run your air conditioning for moisture removal
                  • Regularly use ventilation in kitchen, bath and laundry areas
                  • Do not over water house plants and cover aquariums to minimize natural humidity

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