Having a humidifier is a fantastic thing. I have my humidifier built right into my Heating and A/C system. I used to have dry and irritated skin, however now that I have my humidifier my dry irritated skin has gone away. The humidifier puts moisture into the air. winter season dries out the air so it is best to put some moisture back in the air. The moisture is what prevents the dry, itchy skin from happening. When my humidifier breaks down, I feel as if I cut down as well. I start to worry about my dry itchy skin coming back. To prevent this from happening I try to get proper repair on it. I get it looked at when I get my tune ups twice a year. I try to notice when two things happen; water leaks or not enough moisture. Both of these things can indicate that there may be a problem with my humidifier. If there is a water leak this can mean that the wick isn’t receiving enough water to be evaporated into the air. There could be too much pressure somewhere or a blockage. If there is not enough moisture in the air this could mean there also isn’t enough moisture getting to the system. A number of complications is related to this, but it could just be a blocked line. This system needs little repair but when I get my Heating and A/C equipment tune up, I make sure they also look at the humidifier. It is the best way to guarantee that I do not have to pay for future repairs. An Heating and A/C worker is consistently a PC call away. I know that I can trust them to make sure all Heating and A/C equipment runs effectively and efficiently.