Humidification - Home Comfort Blog

Benefits of a Humidifier During the Winter Months

Posted by Chad Peterman on Saturday, February 21, 2015



Don’t let your guard down — cold season is still in full effect. The combination of Winter’s dry air, a turned-up thermostat, and closed windows can wreak havoc on your respiratory system. The best way to combat dry air and reduce your susceptibility to infection is to invest in a humidifier.

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HVAC Accessories Can Improve Your Comfort

Posted by Chad Peterman on Tuesday, November 18, 2014

HVAC accessories can greatly improve comfort and efficiency, such as thermostats, filters, lamps, humidifiers, and other systems or products designed to improve the function of your furnace and air conditioner. A Peterman HVAC expert can help you choose the right accessories to improve your comfort at home throughout the year.cont-conn-lg

  • Thermostats: Upgrading to a digital programmable thermostat provides greater control over heating and cooling in your home, even when you’re not home. This can help to drastically reduce your heating and cooling bills and improve the quality of your indoor air.

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Prepare for winter with a Furnace Humidifier

Posted by Chad Peterman on Tuesday, October 28, 2014

why we love humidifiersNovember is fast approaching, which means winter will be here before we know it. If winter in your home means dry skin, scratchy throats and lots of static electricity buildup, you may have a problem with low humidity. When you close the windows and turn the heat on in the winter, you begin to reduce the humidity in your home.

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Controlling Mold in your Home:

Posted by Chad Peterman on Thursday, September 25, 2014

Mold can grow just about anywhere. Give it a chance and it could contaminate your home, making your family sick. It can cause odors. It can aggravate mold and cause headaches, skin irritation, and hay fever-type symptoms. Repeat exposure can increase sensitivity to allergens.

Mold needs food and water to grow. Therefore, you can control it by reducing moisture and implementing an ongoing mold maintenance program.

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How Does a Furnace Humidifier Work?

Posted by Chad Peterman on Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Did you know that changing weather can play an important role in your indoor airhsol-humi-pbyp-lg quality? Cold air holds less moisture than warm air, meaning that indoor and outdoor humidity levels decline during the winter months. You may feel that when you use your furnace, frustrating problems such as dry hair and dry skin begin to develop. If you are experiencing a problem like this, it is important to check your home’s humidification levels to see if you might benefit from the installation of a furnace humidifier.

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