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What you can do about dry air in your home.
During the winter months, the air in your home is typically dryer than at any other time of the year. As a result, you and your family could develop dry noses, throats, lips and skin and the health problems that accompany those discomforts.
Your house can feel the effects too. Wallpaper can peel, paint can crack and wood furniture can separate. Those jolting shocks of static electricity we all love are yet another result of dry air. New homes also suffer from lack of humidity and can cause severe cracking and shrinking of wood floors and cabinets.
But you can combat the effects of dry winter air with a whole house humidifier. Installed directly onto your existing HVAC system, a furnace humidifier injects humidity in the form of water vapor into your homes air and distributes it through your ducts and vents.
Unlike portable humidifiers, the whole house version monitors the relative humidity in your home and produces exactly the right levels of moisture. Another advantage is that the filter only needs replacement about once a year, versus the daily cleaning and disinfecting that portable units often require.
To learn more about how a whole house humidifier can significantly increase the comfort in your home, schedule an appointment today with an Action Heating & Air Conditioning air quality specialist.