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Don't Let Dry Air Stifle Your Comfort This Winter

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Low humidity levels can be of serious concern during the winter season. While using your heater won't dry out your air in the way that running an air conditioner around the clock during the summer season will, you must remember that you are starting off with dryer air to begin with in the winter. That is why you may want to take advantage of a whole-house humidifier in West Hartford, CT.

Using a whole-house humidifier is far preferable to relying on portable models to add a sufficient amount of humidity to the air throughout your home. Just remember that whole-house humidifiers must be professionally installed and serviced. By scheduling your humidifier installation and services with us, you guarantee that the job will be completed properly.

Why Choose a Whole-House Model?

A whole-house humidifier is powerful enough to humidify the air throughout the entire house, not just in one room where the humidifier resides. Because the whole-house humidifier is not just an on/off system, but is instead controlled with a humidistat, it is easy to add the right amount of humidity to the air without over-saturating that air. Plus, you won't have to worry about continually refilling a water tank, as a whole-house humidifier will be integrated right into your HVAC system and will be supplied with water via a designated line.

Keeping the air in your home adequately humidified during the dry winter season can benefit you in a few ways. First of all, it helps to prevent your skin from drying out, cracking and becoming itchy. It also protects your mucous membranes from drying out. This helps to enable your body in fighting against illness during the winter months. It also helps your heater to function more effectively, while protecting your property from suffering damages due to very dry air, including splitting floorboards, chipping paint, etc.

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