Dry Air

There are a few factors that can contribute to the air in your home being too dry:

  • The type of heating used
  • Ventilation
  • Overuse of air conditioning

Let us help you. Have a AirAdvice For Homes™ indoor air quality test done today in your home – it’s simple, easy, and is typically offered at low or no cost to you, the homeowner.

AirAdvice indoor air quality tip:

  • In winter, use humidifiers to raise relative humidity. One of the major causes of respiratory infection is lack of humidity during cold weather.

To find an IAQ expert in your area, click on the Find an Expert link at the top of this page.  They can test humidity levels in your home and determine if your heating and cooling systems are sized and functioning properly to maintain humidity within the recommended range.