humidifiers

June 27, 2017

How Air Humidifier Use in the Summer is Beneficial

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. The Connection Between Home Cooling and Humidity Your cooling system draws heat out of […]
December 2, 2014

Fight Dry Air With a Whole-House Humidifier

While autumn is just starting here in Peachtree City, the holidays will soon evaporate into colder, winter weather. As such, there will be a lot of discussions regarding the efficiency of various heating methods to keep us warm. Whether it be electric, gas, wood or coal, all homes face the same set of issues — dry indoor air. Is this a big deal? If so, what can be done about it? Overly dry air can cause some health issues, such as inflammation of the mucous […]
February 4, 2014

Furnace Add-ons That Offer Abundant Benefits All Year Round

A common mistake that many homeowners make is to have a brand new furnace installed and then leave it alone. This means the homeowners is losing out on various furnace add-ons that can improve not only the efficiency and performance of the furnace system, but also its safety. Options for furnace add-ons include: Chimney liners. Chimney liners not only improve the efficiency of your furnace by providing a properly sized flue, but they also make your house safer. A chimney liner isn’t always needed depending […]
March 13, 2012

A Humidifier Prevents Static Electricity From Taking Over

If you experience a lot of static electricity in your home, you may benefit from the use of a humidifier. During the winter months in particular, low humidity levels in your home make the air dry, and this results in the formation of static electricity. Static electricity not only shocks you, but it also can damage electrical equipment. Your body has the ability to hold a static charge of up to 20,000 volts, so walking across the carpet in a dry environment […]