People say that if you like dry air, move to Arizona. Great advice, unless dry air happens to irritate the life out of you. Yet, dry indoor air is simply a fact of life with forced-air heating systems. Making matters worse is that with the cold air of Minnesota, rarely do you have windows open during the winter, so there the dry air sits and performs its dirty weeds. You know, things like dry skin, itchy eyes, sinus problems, static electricity, bloody noses, and more. Who needs all that nonsense, right? So, let’s now examine a few surefire ways to add some winter-time moisture to the air:
Here’s a better and more thorough way to accomplish the same goal throughout your home: contact Bob Boldt HVAC about installing a whole-house humidifier. It works with your furnace to ensure the right balance of warmth and relative humidity. Plus, you can adjust humidity levels just as you can house temperature. Contact us today for a free in-home consultation and a new system quote.
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