A humidifier is designed to add moisture to dry air. Making your home feel warmer and more comfortable. That’s important because during the heating season, your home can feel drier than at other times of the year.
Properly humidified air can help relieve the discomfort of dry nasal passages, itchy skin, and static shocks. Plus, proper humidity can protect against warping, or structural damage, to wood flooring or furnishings.
Keeping wintertime relative humidity in check can help you feel more comfortable without overheating your home. You might even be able to turn the thermostat down a few degrees to save on energy costs.