Will Stabilize Your ‘Cabin’ Pressure!
Did you know viruses that cause colds and flu thrive in low humidity? It’s true! Low humidity also could be the reason your skin is itchy, your lips are cracked, your eyes are irritated and your nasal passages are dry. Yuck!
And that’s not all. Dry air can make you feel colder at normal temperatures, which means you’ll push up your thermostat and increase your energy bills. Dry air can also force your heating and cooling system to work overtime, another energy-cost booster. Ouch! Heard enough? There’s more! Dry air can ruin your furniture and cause static cling. Double ouch!
Our friendly, NATE-certified techs can cruise on over to your home and thoroughly evaluate your indoor air and humidity levels. But what is an ideal level? We’re glad you asked! When your indoor relative humidity is 35-45%, you’ll feel warmer at lower temperatures and those other dry air-related problems will disappear, too.