You can easily increase your comfort and the health of your home and family by using a humidifier this winter. Air naturally dries as temperatures outdoors drop and your heating system robs the indoor air of its moisture. Dry air makes you feel colder, promotes the spread of contagious diseases and harms your home’s structure […]
With Ohio’s cold winters, you rely on your home’s heating system to stay warm. While it keeps your home warm and cozy, it can create dry air that aggravates certain health conditions and reduces home comfort. A humidifier can reduce health problems and increase comfort by adding moisture to the air. Portable or room humidifiers […]
When wintertime ushers in the cold and flu season, a warm Dayton home may be your safe retreat — or is it? Surprisingly, the dry heat in many homes may actually harm your health, decrease your comfort and damage your furnishings. You can boost your comfort level and improve your indoor air quality by simply installing a whole-home humidifier.
Cold and flu season is winding down, but Dayton area residents aren’t out of the woods yet. To decrease your chances of contracting the flu and other nasty winter viruses, your home’s humidity level should be in the optimum 30 to 50 percent range. A whole-house humidifier maintains adequate humidity in your home to help […]
Dry winter air in the Dayton area brings higher utility bills, and health and comfort issues as well. Find relief this season for you and your loved ones with a whole-house humidifier, and say adios to the annoyances of dry air.
One of the best home investments to prepare for the cold weather is a whole-house humidifier. This is important in the winter because of how dry things get indoors once your heating equipment kicks into gear. The air inside your home dries out, and besides being a health hazard for you and your home, it’s […]
Cold-weather seasons present the most problems for homeowners due to dry indoor air. To further compound the problem, continuously running a home heating system can make the air inside your home even drier. Often the best solution to remedy dry air during the heating months is to install a whole-house humidification system.
Dry air and static electricity go hand in hand with cold weather and our heating season here in the Dayton area. Humidifying your air, preferably with a whole-house humidifier, will reduce static electricity but there are other benefits as well.
The heating months are here again, and so is the dry indoor air. If you would like greater home comfort, healthier air to breathe, and saving money on utility bills, consider a whole house humidification system for your family.
You’ve probably turned on your furnace by now and may be experiencing the first round of dry air created when you heat the air. If you find it uncomfortable, consider a whole-house humidifier. These humidifiers evenly distribute water vapor through your furnace ducts to keep you more comfortable when you need heat.