It’s often noted that a home that’s too humid is one that’s creating the ideal environment for mold growth. Yet, a home with air that is too dry is a concern, too. Heating a home creates dryer air, and that’s not likely to get better until spring, unless you invest in a whole house humidifier to help combat the problem.
A home that’s too dry is also uncomfortable. You may not feel at ease because of the lack of moisture that causes itchy eyes. It even allows cold and flu viruses to pass from one person to the next more easily because the membranes in the upper respiratory system are not moist enough to prevent it.
A whole home humidifier integrates into the HVAC system. It’s easy enough to use with pre-settings and unlike portable humidifiers, you don’t have to worry about filling them up with water every few hours. A whole house humidifier allows you to control the amount of humidity in the home. Most often, setting this for around 45% throughout the year is ideal. That helps keep it from being too dry or too humid.
Comfort Solutions can help you determine if a whole house humidifier may help your home’s indoor environment. We can provide recommendations, install it for you, and help you maintain it as needed. If you’re tired of feeling itchy or getting zapped by static every time you touch a doorknob, it’s time to consider an upgrade.
To learn more about whole home humidifiers, reach out to the experienced technicians at Comfort Solutions today. Call us at 610-438-9300 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.
Comfort Solutions HVAC
2250 Corriere Rd
Easton, PA 18045
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