Temperature is just one factor in total home comfort, especially in dry weather. A humidifier provides the right amount of moisture in every room, and can help alleviate allergy symptoms.
What Is It
A humidifier is a machine that can be added to any central heating and cooling system to monitor the humidity levels in a home and increase humidity when needed.
How It Works
The humidifier unit uses a humidity-sensing control that cycles the humidifier on and off and a water panel that adds water vapor to the circulated air when needed. Relative humidity is the amount of moisture in the air expressed as a percentage of the maximum amount that the air is capable of holding at a specific temperature. In dry air conditions, the sensor tracks that percentage and adjusts the amount of added water vapor, giving your skin the moisture it needs and helping to keep any personal belongings, such as wood floors, furnishings, and keepsakes, from drying out. In essence, it's one more way a humidifier makes your home more comfortable all year long.
Humidifiers can adjust from summer to winter to provide the right amount of moisture to the air in your home. It's not just comfort. It's relief for your skin.
Dry Home Protection
Having a dry home can be damaging to valuable things such as furniture, paintings and woodwork. By adding a humidifier to your home's heating and cooling system, you can help ensure it won't dry and crack.
Better, Cleaner Air
When paired with an air ventilator, a humidifier will not only alleviate the dryness but also give you the most advanced whole-house air filtration system. So you get clean, comfortable air that feels good all year long.
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