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Your home’s humidity typically goes down during the winter months when cold outside air is much drier than in the summer, and forced-air heating further removes moisture from the indoor air. This can reduce indoor comfort levels while making the home more difficult to heat (since moist air feels warmer than dry air). This leads […] Read More


A not-so-dry winter

Well we’re not quite out of the woods yet kids….a few more months of these cool temperatures and unpredictable weather are certainly in the cards. The furnace is still on, not much fresh air flowing through the home and…..excuse me while I apply some more lip balm. You too? Not surprising, each winter most of […] Read More