Healthy indoor air has a humidity level of about 55 percent. But during the winter, the air in Staten Island and New Jersey can get pretty dry – which can make reaching that ideal percentage difficult.
When your house is over-dry, it invites a host of problems ranging from dry skin and allergy issues to a greater incidence of asthma and even damage to your home, furniture, and electronic devices.
The good news is there’s a way to keep moisture levels exactly where you want them in your home: install a whole-house humidifier. A whole-house humidifier connects directly to your heating system, where it pumps water vapor into your home air via your heating ducts. You can control humidity levels using your thermostat, just like the temperature.
Adding a whole-house humidifier provides many benefits, including:
Rucci installs whole-house humidifiers in new and existing HVAC systems – contact us today to learn more or get a FREE Estimate!