Be More Comfortable with a Whole-Home Humidifier
Is the air inside your home helping or hurting your health? What about your everyday comfort level? We often talk about installing air purifiers to control seasonal allergies. However, a whole-home humidifier is just as important for many homes in Lewistown, PA. They’re designed to work with your existing HVAC system and will keep your indoor air from becoming too dry.
Signs You Need a Whole-Home Humidifier
If you’re battling dry, cracked lips or skin, there’s a good chance the air inside your home is too dry. If someone in your household suffers from a skin condition that makes dry air unbearable, a whole-home humidifier is essential with our cold winters.
Nasal cavities can also get too dry in the winter, leading to nosebleeds and sinus problems. You may notice an increase in static electricity when your air is too dry. That leads to shocking your loved ones after walking across a room or entering the home.
Humidifiers help by distributing moisture throughout your home. While your heating system keeps you warm and cozy, your humidifier protects you from itchy, ashy skin and other uncomfortable side effects of winter weather. As technology continues to expand, quality HVAC products like humidifiers are becoming more and more affordable.
Comfort for Cold and Flu Season
The more you improve your indoor air quality, the less likely you are to suffer from every bug that goes around in the winter. If someone in your home does get sick, the humidifier will make it easier to handle the coughs, sneezes, and sniffles. It’s common for parents to put small humidifiers in a child’s room when they’re sick, but you don’t have to worry about refilling and cleaning those small units when you have a whole-home humidifier.
Learn more about improving your indoor air quality with a whole-home humidifier, air purifier or other high-quality HVAC products. Contact us at (814) 424-9119 to schedule your prompt and trustworthy home evaluation.
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