Cold Weather TipsYou love much of what comes with winter—the beautiful snow, snowmobiling, or just snuggling under the blanket with a cup of cocoa. However, what often accompanies these perks of the season is low temperatures and corresponding dry air in your Wisconsin home. When your heating system is constantly running, it’s inevitable that the air in your home with feel dry and stale, which can get old fast. I don’t know about you, but I hate waking up in the morning with sinus issues due to dry air. The tissues just seem to pile up, and even with a room humidifier running at night, I never quite recover until spring hits. If you’re like me and are ready to say “see you later” to dry air, then maybe it’s time to invest in a whole-home humidifier from Abner Boiler & Heating Company. A whole-home humidifier may just rescue you from your dry air woes. Here are just a few of the benefits of having a humidifier for your home:
  • Say goodbye to individual humidifiers. It can get to be quite a hassle to have an individual humidifier in each room of your home. You have to keep each tank filled and the filter cleaned. But when you install a whole-home humidifier, it does all the work for you so you can essentially set it and forget it.
  • Enhance your health. Many medical experts agree that a humidifier in your home can help you better arm yourself against cold and flu season. Plus, it helps you with minor irritations like dry sinuses, skin, and more.
  • Increase your comfort. Whether you’re sleeping or awake, a humidifier can help keep your home at an ideal humidity, allowing you to rest and relax properly. You’ll find being at home much more enjoyable during the winter months.
Abner Boiler is an expert in all things heating and cooling, including how to eliminate dry air during the winter months. We serve homeowners in and around Madison, Sun Prairie, Fitchburg, and the surrounding areas. If you’re interested in a whole-home humidifier, contact us today at (608) 274-3077 for more info or a free estimate.   photo credit: public domain via pixabay