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Control Your Home’s Humidity Levels

Dry indoor air can leave you feeling sick and your home and its features damaged. If you are beginning to notice signs of low humidity in your home, you should begin to think about getting a whole home humidifier installed. 

While it is common to think that humidity is a bad thing, too little humidity can also cause issues. It is recommended that you keep your home’s humidity at around 30-50% percent. To learn more about getting a humidifier installed, call us at 215.659.4343 today!

The Effect of Low Humidity on Your Home

In order to preserve your home’s features and decorations as well as save energy, you will need to maintain an optimum level of humidity inside your home.

If you have low humidity in your indoor air, it can damage your home. The following damage can occur to your home due to low humidity levels: 

  • Cracks in your wooden floors. 
  • Higher energy costs during the winter. 
  • Brittle, easily cracked wooden furniture.
  • Your electronics, art and books.
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How Low Humidity Can Impact Your Health

In the same way that low humidity levels can impact your home, it can also impact your health. Low humidity can cause the following health issues: 

  • Increased allergic reactions.
  • Painful shocks from static electricity.
  • Dry nose, throat and eyes.  
  • Increased respiratory issues.

When your indoor air is too dry, it can also affect how well you sleep due to congestion and nighttime allergies.

The Importance of a Whole Home Humidifier

There are many reasons why you should consider getting a whole home humidifier in your home, such as: 

  • It improves your indoor air quality.
  • It provides savings on heating bills.
  • It preserves the features in your home.

When you get a whole home humidifier installed in your home, it can also help to promote better sleep. 

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The Way a Whole Home Humidifier Works

A whole home humidifier is generally integrated into your home’s HVAC system in order to add moisture to the air as your home is being heated and cooled. There are three main types of humidifiers: bypass humidifiers, fan-powered humidifiers and steam humidifiers. These humidifiers all use slightly different technology to achieve the same end result of adding moisture to your home’s indoor air.

Why You May Need a Whole Home Humidifier

There are a multitude of reasons why you should get a whole home humidifier installed, with the top reasons being: 

  • You want to lower your energy costs. 
  • You want to preserve your wooden features. 
  • You want to improve the comfort of your home.
  • You want to decrease adverse health effects of dry air.

Having a whole home humidifier installed in your home can make a world of difference for your health as well as the overall state of your home and the furnishings inside of it. To find out more about getting a whole home humidifier installed, contact Chud Air Conditioning Heating Duct Cleaning Co Inc today!

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