Cooler temps are known for creating dry air within your house. Since humidity levels in the U.S. are typically reduced in the fall and winter, drier air may cause in burning skin, irritated eyes and a raspy throat.
When you’re operating your furnace, it’s essential to keep your home’s humidity under control for ideal comfort. Let’s go over what the right indoor humidity should be in the U.S. and how you can reach it.
The Mayo Clinic suggests having your house’s humidity. During this appointment, our Experts will gauge humidity levels, look at your current heating and cooling equipment and give options.
These recommendations can involve a whole-home humidifier. This device hooks up with your furnace to deliver stable humidity across your whole house. It’s superior to a portable humidifier, which is limited to humidifying one area at a time. And these humidifiers can create a mess, dripping water as you transfer them from room to room.
When the humidity in your house is off, it can create a few problems. Here are several flags that your house’s humidity is too dry.
As we talked about previously, installing a humidifier at 866-397-3787 to set up your free home comfort assessment now.
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