Winter is here. Ever since the temperature has drastically dropped and snow started to fall you must admit, you can feel the dryness lurking in the air. Your skin becomes dry, nose bleeds become more common and your overall health tends to float down the drain. Household property is even affected by the lack of humidity in the air. This blog will outline issues that dry air can cause as well as how to tackle it.
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When winter comes rolling in full-force, you are going to turn to your home heating system in order to keep your living space warm and cozy during the coldest time of the year. However, you must remember that maintaining comfortable temperatures in your home alone may not be enough to keep it truly comfortable. While your heating system may not dry out the air in the way that running an air conditioner non-stop can, it also will not humidify the air. Because the air outside in the winter is so much drier than in the summer, anyway, this can lead to excessively dry air in your house. That is why you may want to use a whole-house humidifier in Barrie, ON. If you decide to do so, be sure to schedule service with the technicians at Custom Comfort ClimateCare.