Signs You Might Need a Humidifier?
Is your skin feeling dry and scratchy? Or is your furniture starting to split? These are all signs that the humidity level in your home might be low and you may need a humidifier.
In the cooler weather, we tend to blast the heater which can trigger the humidity to go down. While heating systems increase the temperature and keep us warm, they don't add any moisture to the air. As a result, humidity levels can fall as low as 10%, which can cause health and home problems.
Fortunately, there's an easy method to repair this typical winter season issue. Using a humidifier in your house will add moisture to dry air and help you keep the humidity at a comfortable and healthy level-- which specialists state is anywhere between 30% to 50%.
If you're not sure if you need to use a humidifier right now, here are some common signs of dry indoor air which you might currently be experiencing.