Posts Categorized: Humidifier

I’m Buying a Humidifier. What Do I Need to Know?

Living in a home with too much humidity can be unpleasant. Everything feels swampy and you find yourself dealing with mold and mildew. But your home needs some humidity for things to be hospitable. When the air gets too dry, you’re faced with issues ranging from chapped lips to damaged wood furniture. Ideally, the humidity level in your home should be anywhere between 30 to 50 percent, with an optimal level right in the middle of that range, 45 percent. Continue Reading... Read More

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The Season of Dry Air

It’s the season for chapped lips, for itchy, dry skin. For waking up with sore throats and the occasional bloody nose. In other words, it’s winter, when the air in your home is typically dryer than normal. In this week’s blog post, we’ll explore some ways you can make your home more comfortable, including investing in a whole house humidifier. Continue Reading... Read More

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Give Yourself the Gift of Clean Air

Unless your job requires it – or you just really don’t mind the cold—we’re willing to bet you won’t be spending a lot of time outdoors over the next few months. And while the idea of holding up at home to wait out the winter seems appealing, it’s important to make sure you have a healthy indoor climate. In this blog post, we’ll discuss ways to improve your indoor air quality and how products like the Air Scrubber Plus can give you the gift of clean air in 2020. Continue Reading... Read More

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How Does Humid Air Affect My HVAC?

We spend all winter wishing things would warm up. But there’s warm, and then there’s too warm. A hot day is one thing. Throw in some humidity and venturing outside can feel like you’re walking around with a wet towel over your face. Continue Reading... Read More

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How Does a Furnace Humidifier Work? And What are the Benefits?

  Winter can be a pretty dry time, as anyone who stocks up on tissues with lotion can tell you. When the weather gets cold, the relative humidity levels in your home can sink to just 15 percent. A good humidity level is between 30 and 50 percent. Anything over 50, and your home becomes susceptible to mold, bacteria, dust mites and other pests.   And when the humidity level gets too low, things can quickly become uncomfortable in your home. You get shocked by static electricity every time you unfold a blanket, your lips are chapped, and things just feel colder. This is where… Read More

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