It’s pretty much common knowledge that summertime means humid conditions. However, you may not realize that the humidity levels outside are not necessarily going to match up with those within your home. It is very possible that your indoor air may be too dry during the summer season, even if it is pretty humid outdoors. More surprising to some homeowners is the fact that their air conditioners could be the root of the problem. Read on to learn more about the phenomenon, and let the pros on our staff handle any necessary whole-house humidifier services in Des Moines, IA.
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Many homeowners use forced-air systems like a furnace to heat their homes. These types of systems are very effective at heating quickly, but they can sometimes lend themselves to creating very dry air inside your home. While this may not seem like a huge issue, excessively low humidity can actually be quite a problem. A great solution to very dry indoor air is to add a whole home humidifier to your existing heating system, and the pros from Schaal Heating and Cooling are here to help you do it!