The EPA says your electric bills are probably about 30 percent higher than they could be – and the quality and comfort of your home’s air is not as high as it should be.
One key impact on each of these issues is the level of humidity in your home’s air – and the best way to control that humidity is with a whole-house humidifier.
These compact, affordable units attach to your heating and cooling systems to add a small amount of vapor to the air that circulates in your home (which you can control from your thermostat, just like the temperature). With a whole-house humidifier you will enjoy two key benefits:
You’ll also save money by preserving your wood floors and furniture, which crack in over-dry air.