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How Do I Know if I Have Indoor Quality Issues?
Homeowners have heard about indoor air quality for years while wondering what it's all about. Indoor air quality is about the increasing amount of pollutants and contaminants in both inside and outside air. We bring contaminants inside on our clothing, shoes, skin, and hair.
Why Too Much or Too Little Humidity is Bad for Your Home
Are the humidity levels in your home optimized for you, your family members, your pets and the finishes in your home? If you’re like most homeowners, you don’t think about humidity unless it’s hot and humid outside.
5 Benefits of Having a Humidifier for Winter
During the winter months, cold dry air or indoor air dried by your heater can lead to increased sickness, as some airborne viruses and allergens are more prominent in drier conditions. Dry conditions can also cause problems throughout your home.
Combine Your Heater and Humidifier During Winter
As winter sets in, most people change filters and make sure that their HVAC systems are up to snuff. However, one crucial element that people often overlook is that of the humidifier.
Are All HVAC Filters the Same?
Many HVAC systems you see come with an air filter system. The point of this system is to trap any unwanted contaminants, such as dust and dirt, so the air is safe to breathe in.
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