Now that fall is here, and the temperature is dropping, our furnaces will begin to run and dry out the air in our homes. Dry air can make your home both uncomfortable and unhealthy. It promotes catching some cold and flu viruses, aggravates asthma, static shock, dry skin, and can cause walls, hardwood flooring, and woodwork to crack.
Adding a whole-house humidifier to your HVAC system can eliminate these problems and allow you to stay warmer at cooler temperatures, therefore, lowering your heating cost.
It also is fully automatic and delivers humidity as needed 24 hours a day without having to refill a water reservoir like the portable ones. In the past, many homes were not able to have a whole house humidifier installed, but with the ever-changing technology and products on the market, now there are more options available.