The Benefits of Balanced Humidity in Kaufman & Forney

New air conditioning systems are spot on in helping to de-humidify your home.  Not so much, however, with older systems. kaufman

At the same time, having the right level of humidity in your home is not just a summer time issue.  For example, if humidity levels are too low as they often are in the winter, you may experience dry skin, sore throats, crack fingertips, and a higher incidence of cold and flu-like symptoms.  Wood floors and furniture can dry up too from the lack of moisture.  Ever notice, for example, how your front door tends to shrink down somewhat in the winter and then expand within the doorframe when summer rolls around?  That’s imbalanced humidity at work.

During the summer when the humidity level soars through the roof, figuratively speaking, mold and mildew can accumulate, wallpaper can peel, and your ceilings can develop wet spots.  Plus, high humidity has a very distinctive odor that’s impossible to miss, especially when you first walk into your home or that part of your home where the humidity levels are off.

So, here’s a pop quiz:  what do high and low levels of humidity have in common?  Both negatively impact the quality of your indoor air.  And that alone is worth doing something about.

With a whole-house humidity control system from Absolute Air, you can maintain the ideal level of humidity – between 35-45% – all year long.  We can install a right-sized system directly connected to your home comfort system so that the air that passes through your ducts is always at the desired level.  That in combination with a whole-house air filtration system can really clean up the air, and have everyone in your family breathing a whole lot easier in very short order.

For more information and a free quote, contact Absolute Air today.  We are absolutely dedicated to your family’s comfort, convenience, and healthier indoor living environment.

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