Minnesota winters wear on our bodies and homes. The cold outside winter air is very dry, and it affects the indoor relative humidity in our homes as well.
Do you ever wake up in the morning and feel dry or hoarse?
Does your skin and lips feel chapped and sore?
Have you noticed getting static “shocks” in your home?
Many Minnesota families find that the dry air is uncomfortable. When the dry outdoor air leaks into your home and is combined with the even drier air from your furnace, it can cause both discomfort and irritation. A home that is excessively dry can even experience damage to wood surfaces, such as flooring, ceilings, or walls.
Luckily, there is a solution to control the dry winter air inside our homes. Furnace humidifiers (or whole-home humidifiers) are available that attach onto your furnace to help control your in-home humidity. Since the furnace humidifier is hooked up directly to the ventilation system in your home, it evenly disburses the humidity throughout your entire home, not just in one room or area.
In West Central Minnesota, Chappell Central can help you find the perfect humidifier solution or air exchanger for your home. Make your furnace work for you to keep your house warm, but also comfortable. Furnace humidifiers are just one of the residential ventilation systems that we offer.
Contact Chappell Central to learn more about your whole house humidifiers and other options to control humidity today.