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Why Even Indoor Humidity
Matters in the Winter


Category: HVAC

Dry air is one of the issues that the majority of homeowners have during the colder months. Your health and home could be in danger from both high and low humidity levels.

Here are some of the most typical problems brought on by uneven indoor humidity levels.

Interior Damage

Mold and mildew are likely to start growing in your living areas when the humidity in your home hits 60%. Furniture, electronics, carpeting, and other elements of your home may potentially be harmed by this issue. Keeping your home dry through proper heating and ventilation is one of the greatest ways to address humidity problems.

Skyrocketing Energy Cost

The air moving in your home may get drier if the humidity is out of equilibrium. If it isn't fixed right away, it could result in uncomfortable temperatures and make your heating use more energy. Using your HVAC system excessively will increase your energy costs. To minimize high electricity bills, call a heating and air conditioning contractor as soon as you see excessive dampness in your home.

Health Hazards

Maintaining a humidity level in your home between 30% and 60% will help you stay healthy. If not, you and your family run the danger of developing health problems like scratchy throats, dry skin, bloody noses, and dry eyes. Thankfully, high-quality humidifiers can support maintaining adequate humidity levels and shield you from these signs and diseases.


There is no need to go further if you need to humidify or dehumidify your property. Our team is made up of seasoned business professionals who focus in solving humidity issues in residential buildings. We are also experts in nearby HVAC services and air conditioning repair.

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