The Benefits of a Whole House Humidifier

Posted September 22, 2015

Cold winter air can make your home as dry as a desert. To maintain proper humidity consider installing a whole house humidifier. A whole house humidifier is attached directly to your home's heating system and adds humidity in the form of water vapor that circulates through your home's air ducts. Humidity levels are controlled precisely through your thermostat, just like the temperature is. A whole house humidifier offers many benefits, including:

Healthier Air

Dry air increases the risk of catching the influenza, colds, and other respiratory ailments. It can also cause cracked, dry skin.

Increased Comfort

Static shock, dry noses, sore throats, and cracked, itchy skin are just a few of the symptoms of excessively dry air.

Protects Your Home From Damage

Dry air can damage furniture, wood floors and musical instruments like pianos and guitars. It can also lead to excessive airborne dirt and dust, which can make it harder to keep your home clean. To discover all the benefits of a whole house humidifier, call ABC today.

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