Does your home have enough humidity?

During the fall and winter months, your furnace dries out the air in the house which can result in creating many potential problems. Because warm air can hold more moisture than cold air, it will absorb whatever moisture it can. Eventually, the home becomes too dry and you may experience some of the following:

  • Dry nasal cavities
  • Static electricity
  • Squeaky floors
  • Wooden miter joints separating on furniture

To solve these issues we have to add more moisture. The simplest fix is to install a whole house humidifier. It should always be connected to the hot water for best results. With the proper humidity level, the home will feel 2 degrees warmer.

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