Need a humidifier to combat the dry air

Sioux Falls, SD deals with a lot of cold weather, but that cold weather means my gas boiler starts up as early as Halloween and doesn’t let up until well after Easter, then it is a long time with the forced air consistently recycling around the home.

The doors and windows are all sealed up slim to keep the heat where my associate and I want it. However, with a tighter thermal envelope comes other troubles, then no fresh air coming into the condo means dirty, stale, and polluted indoor air. It also means the air is drying out quicker. The dryer the air, the colder the home. It is kind of a counterproductive process. The boiler dries out the air overheating and then you need to add moisture. That is why I bought myself a whole home humidifier. It was the best thing I ever bought. I looked up ideal humidity levels and realized I needed a system; Rather than just have a small humidifier in a single room I opted for a crucial one that was installed right in the boiler. As my furnace operates the air quality is getting moisture introduced. That extra blast of moisture is just what my family needed… More wet air means it feels warmer, but you don’t have static shock or cling. There are no bloody noses, dry skin, rashes, or troubles with electronics. A humidifier helps out everywhere it can for very minimal cost. Anymore who live in colder areas of SD should reach out to their local furnace dealership for a humidifier.


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