Whole-Home Humidifier Solutions
Automatically deliver the perfect amount of moisture to your home
Humidification—the process of adding moisture to the air—is one of the most important aspects of total indoor comfort, yet it's one of the least understood.
Maybe this is because people associate humidity with the discomfort of hot, steamy summer days. And it's true that too much causes problems. Yet when properly controlled, humidity offers many proven benefits to your health, home and comfort.
Using a Whole-Home Humidifier is one of the most effective ways to add the proper amount of humidity to your indoor air and prevent the problems caused by dry air.
Reduction of Relative Humidity Causes Dry Air
This problem is especially prevalent during the winter heating season. This is because the relative humidity (%RH) of the cold, outdoor air drops significantly when brought into your home and heated.
Dry Air Can Damage Your Family’s Health and Home
Physicians and other experts often recommend humidity control to prevent the damaging effects of dry air caused by low relative humidity.
Low humidity can increase your likelihood of getting colds, flu and other upper respiratory ailments. Viruses that cause Colds and flu to thrive in low humidity. And, according to The American Society of Otolaryngology, dry air can make people more susceptible to infection. In addition, drier air can aggravate allergy and asthma symptoms.
Low humidity can cause home damage. It causes walls, woodwork and your beautiful hardwood floors to crack. Electronics can fall victim to static electric charges, requiring expensive repair or replacement.
Low humidity can cause higher energy costs. Low humidity can make you feel too cold at normal temperatures leading you to turn up the thermostat. This leads to higher energy bills.
Beyond the damage low humidity causes, it makes you uncomfortable. It can cause:
- Dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes
- Sore throats
- Bloody noses
- Cracked itchy skin
- Painful static shocks