Our Best Advice for Home Humidifiers

Monday, February 26th, 2018

dripping-water-dropsDry air only adds more trouble when temperatures outside of the home are nearly unbearable. Thankfully, you have your home heating system to keep you warm, but can it do anything about the dry air? The answer is…not much. It doesn’t actually add any moisture back into the home and can, in fact, take away from humidity levels a bit.

Dry air leads to dry skin, chapped lips, increased instances of illness, and general discomfort. That’s why many homeowners purchase a separate humidifier to keep the home as comfortable as possible. Looking for some advice on what to purchase or how to care for it? We’re here for you.

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What Should You Do When Your Humidifier Stops Working?

Monday, January 9th, 2017

If you have a humidifier, it should normally offer you quite a bit of relief in the winter months. Cold, dry air can cause a lot of problems, and the effects can be quite noticeable. You may experience problems with…

  • Dry skin, chapped lips, and damaged hair.
  • Dried-out wood furniture that splits or cracks.
  • Increased instances of illness due to dry sinuses and conditions that allow germs to thrive.

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4 Indoor Air Quality Improvements for Cold and Flu Season

Monday, November 21st, 2016

Cold and flu season is made worse by a heating system that recirculates contaminated air as it runs. If you’re looking for ways to clean the air and make your home a healthier place to be when cold and flu season hits, check out our expert tips.

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Supplement Your Heating System with a Whole-Home Humidifier!

Monday, December 21st, 2015

During the winter, the chill of winter may not be the only thing making you uncomfortable. Humidity levels in the air have an impact on our comfort, and in the winter especially, dry air can become a problem. In fact, low humidity levels can have a damaging effect on your health as well.

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3 Heating System Improvements to Help Combat Cold and Flu Season

Monday, November 30th, 2015

During the cold and flu season, you want to do everything you can to prevent illness and keep your family members as healthy as possible. And one of the easy ways to make your home a healthier environment to be in is to change your air filter. A dirty filter affects your air quality and the performance of your heating system. Change your air filter each month to keep your family healthy and comfortable.

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Invest in a Humidifier for Those Cold Winter Nights

Monday, October 12th, 2015

With winter only a season away, it’s time we start to get our homes prepared. This means disconnecting outside hoses and draining faucets, as well as getting our heating systems professionally maintained. And while you’re at it, why not install a whole-home humidifier to help you get through those cold nights with even more comfort and ease? 

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