Dry winter air in the home can cause dry skin, nose and throat discomfort and static electricity. It also can cause wood floors and trim in your home to shrink, walls to crack and wood instruments to warp. When a furnace runs in the winter it consistently dries the air. Replenish moisture levels in your home by installing a whole-house humidifier.
- You want a quality humidifier, but not a top-of-the-line one with the most advanced comfort features
- You want a humidifier with a lower initial investment cost
- You want a top-of-the-line humidifier with the most advanced comfort features
- You need a humidifier that can be remotely mounted, up to 20 feet away from the forced-air equipment (furnace or air handler)
- You would like a humidifier that uses water very efficiently