Ohio winter’s bring long stretches of freezing temperatures and dry air. If you’re part of the large majority that struggles with discomfort caused by dry air, you may benefit from investing in a whole-home humidifier. Ideal indoor humidity levels can range between 30 and 50 percent, and anything outside of that range can be detrimental to both your comfort and your health.
Many viruses thrive in low humidity. A whole house humidifier can help you stop the spread of cold, flu, and other virus causing contaminants.
Proper humidity levels can also alleviate sinus and respiratory symptoms, dry nose, scratchy throat as well as cracked, itchy skin.
A whole house humidifier will help you preserve and protect your furniture, flooring, woodwork, instruments and other important household items, keeping them in their best condition without the worry of warping and rot.
Installing a whole home humidifier can actually help you feel warmer at a lower temperature. This allows you to keep the thermostat set low and save money on your heating bills.
Don’t you hate it when you get zapped every time you touch a doorknob or light switch in the winter? Guess what? That means the air in your home is too dry and a whole-home humidifier could be the answer you’ve been looking for.