Comfort and health are often related, and a lot of that has to do with the humidity level in your home. Did you know that keeping optimal humidity between 30-60% in your home can minimize the formation of viruses and bacteria? Studies show viruses tend to thrive in dry air, which is why wintertime is synonymous with illness.
Dry Air Impacts Your Health
We all know the issues that come with dry air. Sore throat, bloody noses, and dry skin. Dry air can be a byproduct of central heat. As you work to heat up your home, the moisture can be sucked out leaving dry air as a result. This is a primary reason why so many of these symptoms, especially dry skin, pop up during the winter season.
Dry air can lower your body's immune response as it dries out nasal cavities making airborne viruses and airborne bacteria transmission more likely.
Dry Air Impacts Your Comfort
Dry indoor air impacts the comfort level of your home as well. Dry skin, chapped lips, and dry eyes are the result of poorly moisturized air. Adding an Aprilaire humidifier into your home can help remedy the ill effects of dry air.
Community Involvement https://www.frisbeesinc.com/media/library/fluid-mod-page/60/image/falls 2.jpg
New Construction & Remodels https://www.frisbeesinc.com/media/library/fluid-mod-page/42/thumbnail/construction-opt.svg
Aeroseal Duct Sealing https://www.frisbeesinc.com/media/library/fluid-mod-page/43/thumbnail/duct-opt.svg
Pay My Bill https://www.frisbeesinc.com/media/library/fluid-mod-page/18/thumbnail/online_bill_pay.jpg
Financing & Rebates https://www.frisbeesinc.com/media/library/fluid-mod-page/17/thumbnail/rebates_financing.jpg
Schedule Service https://www.frisbeesinc.com/media/library/fluid-mod-page/14/thumbnail/air-purifier-filter-change.jpg