How to humidify your house in the winter

January 21, 2021

Unless you’re an HVAC or air quality expert, you might not know that humidity can help you have a more comfortable winter. During summer, it’s true that high humidity levels lead to sweat, misery, and overheating. Although humidity might make summers worse, high humidity levels make winter infinitely more enjoyable. How Does Humidity Help in the Winter? Our planet never has a uniform worldwide humidity level. Rather, humidity readings change all across the earth. This is also true for buildings and structures, which often have different relative humidity levels from the air immediately outside of them.

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How Are Indoor Air Quality and HVAC Related?

August 8, 2020

Your home’s HVAC system and indoor air quality are strongly related to one another. All the air in your home circulates through your HVAC system, so it’s the best place to address indoor air quality issues. Here are the ways indoor air quality and HVAC are connected. What is HVAC? This term stands for heating ventilation and air conditioning. Your heating system, air conditioner, ductwork and thermostat form your home’s HVAC system. Your HVAC system is responsible for heating and cooling your home, reducing humidity and otherwise improving your home’s indoor air quality.

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Carbon Monoxide’s Impact on Indoor Air Quality

March 19, 2020

Furnaces are powered by gas. When a furnace burns fuel during the heating process, it produces carbon monoxide in the heat exchanger. If the carbon monoxide leaks out, it can impact your indoor air quality. Learning about carbon monoxide’s effect on indoor air quality is essential. After all, the quality of the air in your home or office impacts your health. Here is what you need to know about carbon monoxide’s impact on indoor air quality. What Is Carbon Monoxide? Quite simply, carbon monoxide is a gas. It is odorless and colorless.

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