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Written on: October 13, 2015

Rich Moyer

Q: Why does my home feel so dry in the winter?

A: There’s an easy explanation—and an easy solution. When your heating system is on, the humidity levels in your home drop a lot. Low humidity leads to dry air, creating an ideal environment for sickness. Research has shown that certain bacteria and viruses grow better in dry areas.

Q: What’s the solution?

A: We can install a whole-house humidifier that will create a healthier, more comfortable environment. As a bonus, when the humidity level goes up, you’ll feel warmer at a lower thermostat setting, which means you’ll also save on your heating bill.

Contact us today to find out more about how a whole-house humidifier can make you more comfortable this winter.

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