Adding a humidifier improves comfort

I was able to lower the temperature setting on the thermostat

The weather in the northeast presents some challenges. While my associate and I experience four identifiable seasons, the conditions are always frigid, windy & wet. Our summer-like weather doesn’t last more than two months. The winters are by far the longest season, with snow on the ground for more than six months. The temperature is frequently below cold & correctly dips into the disadvantage digits. Because frigid air doesn’t hold as much moisture as sizzling air, my associate and I are susceptible to troubles with insufficient humidity. When the indoor air becomes overly dry, there can be disfigurement to house furnishings. Hardwood floors, doors, moldings, antiques & songsal instruments are at risk of cracking. Along with static shock, frizzy hair & chapped lips, there are health troubles. Sneezing, coughing, sore throat, itchy eyup, congestion, headaches & insomnia can be blamed on low humidity. The air dries out nasal passages, making people at greater risk of respiratory infection. Worsened symptoms of pollen irritations, asthma, psoriasis & eczema are caused by dry air. Since dry air tends to feel cooler than more humid air, it often leads to higher thermostat settings & a greater workload for the heater. Installing a whole-house humidifier solved all of these issues. The humidifier introduces moisture back into the air & maintains proper humidity levels.The house feels warmer & more comfortable. I was able to lower the temperature setting on the thermostat. I’ve seen a significant difference in my utility bills. I’m hoping the boiler will last longer & be more reliable. My whole family is sleeping better at night, enjoying more energy while in the day & suffering fewer health complaints.


a/c worker