There are plenty of factors that can impact your ability to keep warm this winter, not the least of which is having a working heater in your home. Having a well-sealed home can be helpful too since it keeps all the warm air inside of your house too. The issue we want to discuss today actually has to do with that air you are keeping in your home. Specifically, we want to discuss the humidity level in the house.
We know we are coming out of the summer season when humidity is viewed as the enemy. Well, it is time that we flip that idea on its head because for the next few months humidity can actually be a great help in keeping you warm. Let’s discuss why dry air can be problematic during the colder months of the year and the technology that we can add to your Ballwin, MO HVAC system that can address it.