Humidification

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How to Prevent Window Condensation in Your Springdale Home

By | April 21st, 2015|Humidification, Ventilation|

If you’re like a lot of people, you probably take for granted the condensation that forms on windows in your home. It’s such a regular part of everyday life that you don’t think about it. However, it’s important to prevent window condensation, not just because the moisture can damage walls and fixtures over time, but also because it likely represents a more widespread issue with excess humidity in your home. […]

How Can Excess Humidity Damage Your Arkansas Home

By | March 19th, 2015|Humidification|

High humidity is a problem for many Northwest Arkansas homeowners. Humidity isn’t just sticky, uncomfortable and unhealthy, it can also cause damage to your home and property. If you notice any signs of humidity damage in your home, keep reading to learn what can be done to prevent future damage. […]

Feeling Stuffy? Test the Humidity Level in Your Springdale Home

By | February 17th, 2015|Humidification|

The humidity level in your home can influence both your health and the quality of your indoor space. If you’re feeling stuffy and don’t have allergies or a virus, your home’s humidity level could be too low. It’s common for air to dry up in the winter, causing unhealthy side effects, like irritated respiratory tracts and skin problems. […]

Combat Dry, Irritated Skin with a Whole-Home Humidifier

By | December 30th, 2014|Humidification|

Winter weather brings cold and nasty winds, but it also contributes to dry indoor air. If you’re suffering from dry skin and other side effects of the winter season, keep reading to find out how a whole-home humidifier can, in essence, moisturize your home and your dry, itchy skin. […]

Combat Dry Winter Air With a Whole-House Humidifier

By | December 16th, 2014|Humidification|

Do you often wake up in the mornings with a dry, scratchy throat? While you may think it’s caused by a cold or virus, the real problem might actually be your home’s uncomfortably dry air. What you need to combat this problem is a humidifier. […]

A Humidifier for Wintertime Comfort? Here’s Why

By | March 11th, 2014|Humidification|

For many homeowners, winter can seem like a break from allergies, as outdoor allergens dissipate. With increasingly dry indoor air and more time inside, though, it’s far easier to get dried out, even as dust increases indoors. Humidifiers offer one route to alleviate symptoms such as dry sinus passages, asthma and eczema. […]

Strike a Balance for Home Humidity for Better Year-Round Comfort

By | October 2nd, 2013|Humidification|

“It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity” is a common refrain here in Arkansas. The truth is that both elements play a role in our comfort at home. Keeping your humidistat set at the proper home humidity level is an important consideration for all homeowners.  […]

Humidifier Leaks Can Lead To Big Problems: Finding The Source

By | April 18th, 2013|Humidification|

Whole-house humidifiers provide Northwest Arkansas homeowners a variety of benefits such as optimizing home comfort, protecting possessions and helping to keep the flu and cold viruses at bay. Just like any other home-comfort system, your humidifier needs regular service to maintain peak performance and to prevent issues, such as humidifier leaks, that could lead to bigger problems. […]

Use Whole-House Humidification To Flush Out The Flu

By | March 21st, 2013|Humidification|

For years, medical professionals have been telling us that cold weather alone doesn’t cause influenza and other viruses. Yet the flu occurs in winter months, and is rarely seen in summer and spring. While it’s still not clear why this happens, some recent research points to the dry air of heated homes as a culprit in spreading the flu. Whole-house humidification is one good way to limit that.  […]

Static Electricity in Your NW Arkansas Home During The Winter? Annoying And Potentially Costly

By | February 7th, 2013|Humidification, Static Electricity|

Static electricity in your home may be the first indicator that your indoor air is too dry. That zap is not only irritating; it’s also a hazard for your electronics. When you discharge electricity on products that use low-voltage components, you can either damage them directly or shorten their functional lives. According to PC World magazine, touching computer components can transfer electricity from your hands to the components, without you even knowing it. […]

Give Your Whole-House Humidifier A Helping Hand This Winter

By | January 31st, 2013|Humidification|

Maintaining your heating system is obviously important for comfortable temperatures and lower utility bills during winter. However, when it’s nice and warm indoors, the air tends to be too dry for comfort for many home occupants. Help keep your home comfortable by making sure your whole-house humidifier is well maintained through the winter. […]

Breathe Easy This Winter With A Whole-House Humidifier

By | October 2nd, 2012|Humidification|

Are you looking for a way to improve your home’s indoor air quality this winter, and ensure the comfort and health of you and your loved ones as you’re spending more time inside during the long, cold months? A whole-house humidifier could be your answer. […]

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