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6 Benefits of a Whole-house Humidifier

6 Benefits of a Whole-house Humidifier

What’s one thing we loathe during the summer but always want more of during the winter? Right – humidity. Or at least the indoor variety.

Home heating systems – especially forced air – create drier than normal indoor air. And dry air, as you no doubt realize, can lead to all sorts of problems. But worry not, because Correct Temp has the perfect solution: a whole-house humidifier. Here are six very good reasons to consider one for your home:

  1. Greater personal comfort. When you add moisture to the air, you can stop worrying about dry, flaky skin, static electric shock, nose bleeds from nowhere, and other unpleasantries caused by dry air.

  1. Lower utility costs. More humidity in the air will warm things up without you having to raise the thermostat.
  2. Protection for your wood doors, flooring, furniture, and personal possessions. By increasing the amount of relative indoor humidity, your wood doors, flooring, etc. are less prone to drying, shrinking, and cracking.
  3. Allergy & asthma relief. Dry indoor air can wreak havoc with folks already suffering from allergies and asthma. More moisture means fewer problems. It really is that simple.
  4. You have total control. Even though most people feel with relative humidity is “just right” between 30% and 40%, you can adjust the setting to feel just as comfortable as you like and change that setting anytime you like.
  5. No need for refills. Linked directly to your plumbing, the system does not need to be refilled as water is used to add moisture to your air. You can have the humidifier installed knowing your humidity levels will take care of themselves.

The moral of the story is that a well-maintained and right-sized furnace are not enough to keep you and your family comfortable throughout the winter months. But add a whole-house humidifier into the mix, and your added comfort is assured. Contact Correct Temp for a free new system estimate.

 

6 Benefits of a Whole-house Humidifier