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Nov 20 2014

How to Put Moisture in Your Home While Getting the Most of Your Heating and Air

Maximize your heating and air conditioning equipment with a humidifier.

Home Moisture Addition

Your heating and air conditioning systems can have a huge impact on your family’s health, the comfort level in your home, and your utility bills. One easy way to improve indoor air quality, increase comfort, and reduce utility bills is to add a humidifier to your home HVAC system.

A humidifier is an easy way to ensure you get the most out of your heating and air conditioning equipment. A humidifier can also make your home safer, as many medical experts claim that viruses often thrive in low humidity conditions. A dry home can increase the likelihood your family will catch a cold or the flu this winter. With a humidifier keeping your home’s air moist, you can reduce the risk of viral infections knocking your family out of school and work.

A whole-home humidifier provides the perfect amount of moisture to make your family more comfortable at lower thermostat settings. This means your furnace will need to run less often to keep your home comfortably warm this winter. More comfortable environment for your family, lower utility bills for you – it’s a win-win situation.

Comfort Services is a big advocate of the whole-home humidifier. These pieces of equipment can be programmed to run any time your heating and air conditioning equipment turns on. You won’t even know it’s running, other than your home feeling warmer at lower temperatures. Help keep your family healthy and cozy this winter, and start getting the most out of your heating and air conditioning systems by calling Comfort Services at 803.772.4490 for more information about humidifiers.

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