How Humidifiers Improve Indoor Air Quality
Some people make the assumption that humidifiers are pointless, or expensive, or unnecessary.
We at Constant Home Comfort do not agree!
Look at it this way: you spend up to 90% of your time indoors. You need to maximize your comfort and quality of the air you breath in such a heavily used environment. Some people dislike the effect of humidifiers on the air in their home, and that is fine too, but there is no debating the positive effects of humidifiers on air quality and control in the home.
You indoor air contains many pollutants, and more often than not, the quality is lower than the outside air. Respiratory problems from airborne bacteria and contaminants are a problem when assessing indoor environments. There are many issues that exist inside that do not exist outside. Dander and pet hair, for instance, are common in the household, and they greatly affect your indoor air quality. Wood, smoke, emissions from home appliances, and chemicals used in cleaning products all affect indoor air quality, and these can very easily produce respiratory issues. The very young and the elderly, those with lung complications, allergies, emphysema, and asthma are all especially susceptible to complications from poor indoor air quality.
There are many ways you can improve your air quality, and all services are offered by Constant Home Comfort. However, one step you can take is to take the plunge and use a humidifier in your home. Humidifiers make the air you breath in your home fresher and healthier.
Humidifiers can produce cool or warm air, so they are appropriate for all seasons. Furthermore, when using warm air in a humidifier, they can further aid in chronic conditions and respiratory issues. They absorb condensation; essentially they become air purifiers.