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How To Deal With Too-Dry And Too-Moist Winter Air In Your Home

Posted by on Jan 2, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When temperatures outside decrease, you usually turn up the heat in your home to stay warm. Both forced air heating from sites like, and wood burning stove heat can warm your house and dry out the air at the same time. On the other extreme, tightly sealed homes in the winter can retain moisture and lead to an overly-wet environment. Neither situation is ideal, but you can follow these recommendations to regulate the humidity level in your home and still enjoy your heated home. Dealing with Heated Dry Air  Cold air cannot hold much moisture. When outside winter air is pulled into your home’s heating ventilation and heated, the air warms up and still contains the same small amount of moisture. This causes the air inside your home to be dry.  The air inside your home is most...

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