How to Make My House Less Dry

It’s one of the life’s little ironies that something we loathe during the summer is the very thing we crave more of come winter: humidity.

That’s right: a lot of the discomfort you may feel the heating season could be the result of extremely dry indoor air. But fear not, because that little problem can be readily fixed by the indoor air comfort specialists at Messmer Mechanical. How? By installing a whole-house humidifier in your home.

  • Greater personal comfort. When you increase the amount of moisture in the air, you eliminate the cause of dry, flaky skin, static electric shock, nose bleeds from nowhere, and other unpleasantries.
  • Lower utility costs. More humidity in the air will make you feel warmer without having to raise the thermostat; that, in turn, brings about lower heating costs.
  • Protection for your wood doors, flooring, furniture, and personal possessions. By increasing the amount of indoor relative humidity, your wood doors, flooring, furniture, musical instruments, and more will all be protected against becoming overly dry, shrinking and, eventually, cracking.
  • Allergy & asthma relief. Dry indoor air can wreak havoc with those already suffering from allergies and asthma. More moisture, fewer problems. It really is that simple.
  • You have total control. Even though most people feel completely comfortable with relative humidity readings between 30% and 40%, you can establish whatever level is most comfortable for you and your family, and change that level any time you like. While your whole-house humidifier will run in conjunction with your furnace, it has its own independent controls.

If you’re tired of desert-like dry air in your home, contact the air quality professionals at Messmer Mechanical today for more information or to schedule installation of a whole-house humidifier in your home. Your whole family will thank you for it!

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