Why Humidify?

Dry air in your home can cause many issues, for both you and your house. Respiratory disorders, allergies, flu symptoms, cracked skin and nose bleeds, along with a host of other symptoms can all be amplified by a dry indoor climate. This is especially noticeable during the winter months as warm air tends to be dryer than cool air. Adding or replacing a whole home humidifier into your HVAC system can help mitigate these health issues and more. Hardwood floors and furniture, as well as the structure of your home itself will see improvements in lifespan. Do your new hardwood floors creak and crack like they're 20 years old? A lack of humidity may be the problem. Adding moisture to indoor air also makes the air feel warmer than dry air of the same temperature. This is because the humidity in the air allows for better heat transfer between the air and your body or other objects. This allows you set your thermostat a couple of degrees lower than if there was no humidity at all, effectively saving you energy costs every year. 

Humidifiers are easy to maintain and operate. Simply change the filter at the beginning of heating season and set your humidistat to the desired humidity level (usually 30%). That's it, your home is now ready to keep you and family comfortable and toasty all winter long. 

So, if you're tired of feeling uncomfortable in your own home,

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