The Importance of Air Moisture
Many people may notice the effects of excessively dry or humid air in their homes. Too much humidity in may lead to clammy, stuffy conditions in your home. You may notice floors and surfaces in your home feel sticky and that there is a musty odor throughout. Damp stains on your walls or carpeting are another indicator of too much humidity. Because damp conditions can promote the growth of biological pollutants such as mold and bacteria, it is important that the situation be addressed as soon as possible. Don’t wait until it's too late. Contact Comfort Control Specialists today.
If you suffer from aggravated allergy symptoms, a persistently dry throat or even frequent bloody noses, a whole-house humidifier may be the solution for you. Contact Comfort Control Specialists today for more information. Not only can excessively dry air lead to reduced comfort in your home, but it may also damage your property. Wood can dry out and split, and paint or plaster may chip away. Avoid these problems and boost comfort in your home by restoring proper humidity levels to the air.