My house is dry in the winter.

If you experience static electricity and dry skin in the winter, then you may need a humidity control system in your home.

Controlling the moisture level in the air can have a tremendous impact on your home’s comfort and indoor air quality.

What you can do:

Install a humidity control system, which will work with your central heating and cooling system to moderate humidity in the air. This can include a humidifier, which adds moisture to the air in the winter, and a dehumidifier, which removes excess moisture from the air in the summer. A humidistat may also be part of this system. It’s similar to a thermostat, but it monitors the amount of moisture in the air and controls the humidifier and dehumidifier.

Ask your Contractor:

Would I benefit from installing a humidity control system?

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  1. The temperature throughout my house varies noticeably.
  2. My house feels muggy even after my air conditioner
    has run.
  3. My heating and cooling system is noisy.
  4. My house is always warmer upstairs than downstairs.
  5. The south side of my house is always warmer than
    the north side.
  6. The air in my house
    seems stale.
  7. What can I do about
    pet dander?
  8. What can I do to help the allergy-sufferers in my family?
  9. My house is dry in the winter.
  10. How can I lower my
    utility bills?