Would you like to install a product that you could either add humidity or take it out of your home? Here are some reasons you may want to do this. Click on these images to learn more about Honeywell humidifiers and dehumidifiers.
Honeywell Bypass Humidifer
Honeywell HE300 Humidifer
It helps to warm the air. When you heat your living areas and add humidity, the heated air and water molecules get trapped together and create a warmer environment in your home. So by adding humidity you are making your home more comfortable, more cost effectively at a lower temperature ultimately saving you money.
It helps to reduce nosebleeds and sinus problems. A dry home can irritate your nose, which may lead to a host of issues like nosebleeds and inflammation of sinus tissue. When your home is dry and cool viruses like to spread like common colds. Humidifiers increase moisture in the air, which could help in your well being.
It helps to reduce dry itchy skin. In the winter months your skin can crack open, bleed and can be just plain uncomfortable. Dry air actually sucks the moisture from your skin and leaves it dehydrated. Humidifiers can aid in healthy soft skin during those harsh winter months.
It can help you sleep better. Your quality of sleep can be affected by dry air. You may feel discomfort, get headaches and feel itchy when you are sleeping. Having a slightly higher humidity level in your home while you sleep, can ensure a proper night of sleep which may make you more productive during your busy day.
It will help your wood floors. Having a dry home has been known to warp, split and damage hardwood floors. It may even have an affect on your wooden furniture. If you have an older home with squeaky floors adding humidity may help you as well. Making sure these items have the proper amount of moisture can help prevent you replacing these expensive items.
It will reduce static electricity. During the cold winter months, are you annoyed be touching something metal and getting a small shock? The reason for this static electricity, is the dryness of the air reacting with metal surfaces and the dryness of your skin. By increasing humidity in your home you can reduce the amount of static shock occurrences.
While adding humidity to your home is a great thing, having to much humidity is not. Having an excess of moisture can lead to other problems in your home. Too much humidity can lead to a musty smell in your home. Having to much moisture can lead to mold and mildew issues. If you have wood framed windows rotting may occur. You may even feel uncomfortably warm in your home at a normal temperature due to the humidity. Your air conditioning unit can control the temperature in your home but not always the humidity. If you have any of these problems maybe a whole house dehumidifier maybe right for you.
If you suffer from any of these problems above, today maybe a good time to contact Cam's Heating and Cooling for a new humidifier or a whole-home dehumidifier install today!