HVAC Education, Efficiency, Home Comfort, Indoor Air Quality, Humidifiers
An HVAC humidifier is typically installed in the ductwork of your HVAC system to help provide whole-home humidification. Doing so can make you more comfortable and improve indoor air quality, but also help lower your utility bills.
During the winter, low humidity levels can make indoor air feel colder than it actually is. Many people raise their thermostat to feel warmer and as a result, it increases their utility bills.
Keeping the air in your home properly humidified also helps reduce static electricity, itchy skin, dry eyes, sore throats, chapped lips, and sinus problems. Low humidity can leave your family susceptible to respiratory problems and illness, and can also cause damage to wood furniture, flooring, and other items in your home.