Protect Your Family’s Health Just By Adding a Little Bit of Moisture to the Air

If you follow our blogs, you may remember that we have discussed how poor indoor air quality can negatively affect your and your family’s health. While regular heater and air conditioning maintenance can help keep pollutants from accumulating and circulating throughout your Grandville, Michigan home, this does nothing to help improve the humidity levels. Air that is too dry can also have damaging effects on your and your family’s health.

Humidifiers offer a great solution to improving and adding moisture to dry air. When the air you breathe is too dry, you will soon begin to experience the negative effects. When you introduce the right amount of moisture into the air, you will start to see and feel relief from a number of symptoms.

Most importantly, overly dry air can lead to and facilitate illnesses. Moisture in the air helps keep your sinuses properly lubricated so they can actively filter out bacteria and viruses that we come in contact with on a daily basis. When our sinuses are out of whack and too dry, we become more prone to developing a cold or the flu. However, everyone gets sick at some point. Not only do humidifiers help prevent illnesses, but they also help relieve some of the common symptoms associated with the cold or flu.

If you are tired of feeling uncomfortable and being exposed to dry air, it might be time to invest in a humidifier. Apart from the many health benefits, they can help you lower your energy bills, as well. With the right amount of moisture in the air, you are likely to feel more comfortable at lower temperature settings which allows you to use less heat and lower your bills. If you are interested in installing a humidifier or if you have any questions regarding the many benefits, please contact Vredevoogd heating today!

Call Vredevoogd Heating & Cooling for all your plumbing, heating, & cooling needs. In the greater Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Lakeshore, and surrounding areas call: 844-HVAC-365