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Spare your home from Dry Air

Prevent Dry Air

Dry air in the House

Sore throat, bloody noses, and dry skin are a byproduct of dry air, which is a byproduct of central heat. As you heat up your home, the moisture can be sucked out leaving dry air as a result. This is a primary reason why so many of these symptoms pop up in the fall and winter. 

Dry air can also lower your body's immune response as it dries out nasal cavities making airborne viruses and airborne bacteria transmission more likely. 

Dry air in the house can hurt your home's structure too. It can result in cracked structures and harm your home's wood furnishings including musical instruments, wood tables, and wood floors. 

Getting your home's humidity between 40-60 percent is optimal to help make your home more comfortable and your air healthier. 

See how Aprilaire can help prevent dry air. 

 

Aprilaire's Humidifier For Dry Air

Dry indoor air impacts the comfort level of your home. Dry skin, chapped lips, and dry eyes are the result of poorly moisturized air. Adding an Aprilaire humidifier into your home can help remedy the ill effects of dry air.

As this humidifier for dry air adds moisture back into your home, it can help increase comfort, health, and energy efficiency. Balanced humidity can remoisturize your nasal cavities to reduce the incidence of respiratory infections and help alleviate common dry air symptoms like sore throat, dry skin, and dry eyes. 

Additionally, every four percent increase in humidity lets you decrease your home's thermostat by one degree. For example,  if your home's humidity levels are at 26 percent and adjust it to 50 percent, you can subsequently lower your thermostat by 6 degrees.

 Contact a local Healthy Air Pro today to alleviate dry air problems. 

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