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Static Cling Sucks!

Static Cling & Whole Home HumidifiersAs we prepare to enter April and the Minnesota winter drags on, it’s easy to think of all of the things we dislike about winter: cold temperatures, high gas bills, icy roads, itchy wool clothing, static cling, fewer daylight hours, shoveling the driveway, dry skin, perpetual cough…

Wait, did you know that the Ray N. Welter Heating Company has solutions to more half of those problems? We covered how to lower your gas bills in this blog post, and in today’s blog post, we’ll explain how you can avoid dry skin, winter viruses, static cling and even damage to your home.

How are all of these things related, you might ask? As it turns out, dry air can wreak havoc on both your body and your home.

As far as personal comfort and health are concerned, dry air can cause static shocks and dry skin, and can exacerbate respiratory issues and allergies. Dry air can even reduce our resistance to common winter viruses like colds and flus. This is because excessively dry air causes the mucus in our upper respiratory tracts to dry out, inhibiting its ability to trap bacteria, allergens and viruses.

Dry air can also harm the integrity of your home by causing cracks in your walls and ceilings, gaps in trim and moldings, and damage to musical instruments. Gaps and cracks in your walls, floors and ceiling not only look terrible and depreciate the value of your house, but also decreases the efficiency of your home by causing more places for warm air to leak out of.

Thankfully, there is a solution to all of these seemingly disparate problems: whole home humidifiers. Whole home humidifiers continually monitor the level of humidity in the air in order to circulate the optimal amount of soothing moisture into the air of your home.

Balanced humidity will preserve the woodwork and instruments in your home, sooth skin irritations and bolster your immune system against winter viruses. Best yet, whole home humidifiers will help your home feel warmer without you having to turn up the thermostat.

Keep your home comfortable as well as warm this winter by investing in an air humidifier Minneapolis.

For more helpful advice about home heating, subscribe to the Ray N. Welter Heating Blog or like us on Facebook!

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Static Cling Sucks!

Static Cling & Whole Home HumidifiersAs we prepare to enter April and the Minnesota winter drags on, it’s easy to think of all of the things we dislike about winter: cold temperatures, high gas bills, icy roads, itchy wool clothing, static cling, fewer daylight hours, shoveling the driveway, dry skin, perpetual cough…

Wait, did you know that the Ray N. Welter Heating Company has solutions to more half of those problems? We covered how to lower your gas bills in this blog post, and in today’s blog post, we’ll explain how you can avoid dry skin, winter viruses, static cling and even damage to your home.

How are all of these things related, you might ask? As it turns out, dry air can wreak havoc on both your body and your home.

As far as personal comfort and health are concerned, dry air can cause static shocks and dry skin, and can exacerbate respiratory issues and allergies. Dry air can even reduce our resistance to common winter viruses like colds and flus. This is because excessively dry air causes the mucus in our upper respiratory tracts to dry out, inhibiting its ability to trap bacteria, allergens and viruses.

Dry air can also harm the integrity of your home by causing cracks in your walls and ceilings, gaps in trim and moldings, and damage to musical instruments. Gaps and cracks in your walls, floors and ceiling not only look terrible and depreciate the value of your house, but also decreases the efficiency of your home by causing more places for warm air to leak out of.

Thankfully, there is a solution to all of these seemingly disparate problems: whole home humidifiers. Whole home humidifiers continually monitor the level of humidity in the air in order to circulate the optimal amount of soothing moisture into the air of your home.

Balanced humidity will preserve the woodwork and instruments in your home, sooth skin irritations and bolster your immune system against winter viruses. Best yet, whole home humidifiers will help your home feel warmer without you having to turn up the thermostat.

Keep your home comfortable as well as warm this winter by investing in an air humidifier Minneapolis.

For more helpful advice about home heating, subscribe to the Ray N. Welter Heating Blog or like us on Facebook!

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