In the winter, when the outdoor air gets drier and you’re running the heating system, an air humidifier can make your living environment more comfortable by adding much-needed moisture to the air supply. You might not think it, but humidifying your home can be beneficial in the summer as well, when the air conditioner or heat pump is running non-stop to keep the space comfortably cool.
Your cooling system draws heat out of your indoor air, but at the same time, it also dehumidifies the air. If you have an efficient A/C that’s running almost continuously, it can dehumidify your home to the point where the air moisture level falls too low. In this situation, having a whole-home humidifier installed on the HVAC system can be beneficial, because it allows you to set a certain humidity level at the thermostat so extra moisture can be dispersed in your conditioned air whenever it’s needed.
Using an air humidifier in the summer can also help you:
To learn more benefits of using an air humidifier in your Peachtree City home this summer, contact us at Powers Heating & Air.
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