It’s a reality we have to deal with here in New Jersey: as the weather gets colder, the air gets dryer – including the air inside your home.
As a homeowner, that leaves you with three choices: you can live with it, buy a big bag of throat lozenges, or do something to shift indoor humidity levels to healthier levels. We highly recommend you choose the third option and the best way to do that is to invest in a whole house humidifier.
Compact and connected directly to your HVAC system, a whole house humidifier unit adds water vapor to the air that circulates through your ductwork. You can adjust how much water vapor is added by setting humidity levels on your thermostat, just as you do with the temperature.
Optimum humidity levels, according to the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), are:
Properly humidified air inside your home will protect your:
Don’t suffer needlessly with over-dry air this winter – invest in a whole house humidifier from Mark Lindsay Plumbing. Contact us today for a FREE Estimate!