When the air in your home is too dry, you may notice
- Health issues, including increased allergy and respiratory symptoms
- Brittle wooden cabinetry, fixtures, and furniture
- Cracks in walls
- Increased static electricity, which can damage sensitive electronics
- Higher energy bills
For the highest levels of in-home comfort, consider integrating a humidifier with your heating and cooling system. You’ll stay comfortable at cooler temperature settings and save money during the winter months.
Contact us today to learn more and to schedule an air quality evaluation for your home.