Whole Home Humidifier Installation
It is often a misconception that your home’s comfort is solely based on the performance of your heating or cooling system. In fact, the actual comfort in your home has a lot to do with the humidity levels in the air. Adding a whole-home humidifier can play a huge role in your home’s overall comfort and your family’s health.
Especially in the winter, during heating season the air indoors often becomes dry. Experts, including physicians often recommend controlling the humidity in your home to help prevent several common health issues. Dry air is known for aggravating allergy and asthma symptoms. When air is too dry, it also increase the changes of upper respiratory ailments, including the common cold and flu.
Not quite as important as your family’s health, but low humidity can also cause damage to your home. Hardwood flooring, walls, and any woodwork in the home can crack after long exposure to low humidity. Also dry air can cause static electric charges, which can damage electronics.
If you feel the air in your home is dry, consider installing a whole-home humidifier. It can make your home healthier, more comfortable and improve the overall indoor air quality.
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