Today's homes are built tighter than ever, which helps keep pollutants from the outside entering your home, but at the same time, pollutants inside your home become trapped and re-circulated throughout your house. These trapped particles can cause damage to your furniture, discolor your walls and make breathing more difficult, in addition, to diminishing the efficiency of your furnace and air conditioner.
One way to combat these pollutants is to add an air cleaner to your indoor comfort system. An air cleaner removes up to 99% of the dust and pollens found in a home, making the inside of your house a cleaner place to breathe and a better environment for people with respiratory or allergy problems.
In winter everyone's home tends to dry out because we turn up the thermostat to get the chill out of the air. The act of turning up the thermostat when it is cold outside is natural, but at the same time it can also be harmful because dry air can irritate your nose and throat, your skin becomes dry and itchy and your woodwork and furniture can shrink, warp and crack.
Luckily there is an easy solution to this problem. Install a humidifier today and you will be able to maintain the proper humidity level in your home during the dry winter months. Not only will a humidifier protect your furnishings and woodwork, you will also be more comfortable and feel warmer at lower temperatures inside your home thus saving you money on your heating bills.
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