Say Goodbye to Dry Air With a Whole-Home Humidifier
Whether you’re cooling it down or warming it up, changing the temperature of air in your home affects its moisture level. While this may feel like a break from overly humid and muggy summer days, it can lead to uncomfortably dry winter air. Low humidity levels often cause itchy skin, dry coughing, bloody noses, and worsening allergy and asthma symptoms, not to mention frequent, jolting static shocks, creaking wood floors, and cracking paint. The experts at Cliff Bergin & Associates can put an end to these problems—ask us about installing a whole-home humidifier to protect your health and your home.