Posted: January 14, 2020
We all know how hot and humid it can get in the Delaware Valley during the summertime. The air feels heavy because it contains so much moisture. But things get reversed when the cold air blows in and our heating system starts pushing out a lot of hot air, sapping the moisture out of our home environment.
When your home becomes too dry, many problems can begin to crop up. Problems can range from dry, irritated skin and increased allergic responses. Dry indoor, if left unchecked, can also result in physical damage to your home and furniture.
The good news is you can tackle the problem of dry indoor air with a simple solution that ensures healthy moisture levels throughout your home: a whole-house humidifier.
Wired to your heating and air conditioning unit, as well as your plumbing, a central humidifier adds water vapor to your home air via your ducts. You can then control humidity levels using your thermostat, just like the temperature.
Consider the benefits of achieving an optimum level of humidity in your home, considered to be 55%.
Read more about keeping your home healthier.