Air humidifiers for your home

Hair static or the sparks that fly when you make the bed are sure signs the air in your home is too dry.

During cold winter months (unless you are one of the lucky few not battling cold weather during the winter season) or in the heat of the summer when your AC is on, you may notice that the air is very dry.

Just like very humid air could be bad news for your health, dry air may be harmful too. The dry air can cause various health problems, including dry skin, sore throat, irritated eyes, allergies, cracked lips, and more. Keeping the air from becoming dry may help with all these health issues.

The easiest way to get rid of the dry air is to ventilate rooms or put out water bowls. However, these are short-term methods. A humidifier is the best way to increase the humidity indoors effectively. Ideally, humidity should be between 30% and 50%. It is best to keep indoor humidity within this range – not too high and not too low. A humidifier can make your life more enjoyable in different ways:

Better health

If the level of humidity is too low, it puts a strain on your whole immune system. An air humidifier can make indoor air less conducive to harmful germs. What is more, your whole body will experience less discomfort.

Safe electronic devices

A spark of static can damage your electronic devices. A humidifier will save your wallet from big spending.

No more thriving plants

The dry air takes water away from the indoor plants, which can quickly dry out. Using a humidifier to increase the humidity can benefit your plants and make them happy.

Long-lasting furnishing and parquet

If the air in your home is too dry, your furniture and flooring will become cracked and brittle. This can be counteracted by having a humidifier.

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