Dry, Itchy Skin
When you surround yourself with very dry air, it only stands to reason that your skin is going to dry out as well. Itchy skin, or even cracked and bleeding skin, can result from prolonged exposure to very dry air in the home. The best way to go about introducing the proper amount of humidity to the air in your home is to use a whole-house humidifier.
Frequent Sore Throats or Bloody Noses
Are you frequently plagued with a painfully sore throat or alarming nosebleeds? You may think that you have taken ill, but in fact this could also be the result of living in too dry of an environment. Should your nasal passages, mucous membranes, and your throat itself dry out due to dry air in your home, these problems are likely not too far off.
Splitting Wood/Wallpaper, and Chipping Paint
The impact of very dry air in the home is not limited to problems with your body. Your property itself may suffer, too. If you notice wooden floorboards or furniture splitting, wallpaper cracking, or paint chipping away from the walls, you may need to humidify your air more sufficiently. We can help you to do so with an expertly installed and serviced whole-house humidifier.