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What are the Effects of Winter’s Dry Air on Your Health and Your Home?

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Earlier this week, we wrote about whole house humidifiers and how they help control the humidity levels in your home. As we mentioned, the air is naturally much drier during winter in St. Louis both outside and inside.

Dry air in your house has a number of negative effects on not just the people, but also the objects in your home. If not properly controlled, dry air can lead to costly repairs, higher energy bills and a few extra trips to the doctor.

Here are some of the most common side effects of dry air and low humidity in your home:

If you are experiencing any of these effects of dry air around your house, be sure to check the humidity level in your home. If it is too low, you can use a whole house humidifier to get that needed moisture back in your air. If you have any questions about controlling the humidity levels in your home, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Louis area heating and cooling company.

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