Home Solutions to
Manage Your Humidity
At really low levels of humidity, you may experience the discomforts of static electricity, dry skin or respiratory illnesses.
Ideally, Your indoor humidity should be set between 30-50%. During winter weather, you’ll want to add more humidity to keep your healthy home comfortable. This not only prevents the spread of bacteria and viruses, but it can also help moisten the air passages in our sinuses and lungs to help those with bronchitis, sinusitis and asthma.
We seek to smartly introduce humidity into your home with a couple different products:
- Conventional: more economical; reasonably effective
- Steam: highest capacity; least amount of water waste
Not only can improving your home’s humidity improve your family’s wellness, it can also help you save money during the wintertime and even prevent any damage to your home. According U.S. News, “The air inside your home can become very dry. Moist air feels warmer and holds heat better, so a humidifier can help you feel comfortable when your thermostat is set at a lower temperature. Humidity can also prevent wood from cracking, paint from chipping, and eliminate that annoying static shock that zaps you throughout the day.