Controlling Humidity is Key to Better Indoor Air Quality

Ideally, your home’s humidity should sit at about 45 – 55%. But what does that really mean for your indoor air quality? It means that your air doesn’t feel too dry or too sticky and won’t negatively impact your health. A humidity controller that can regulate the moisture in the air of every room in your house will ensure you never have to worry about humidity problems.

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Why Your Humidity Level is So Essential to Your Health

Here in the South, we talk a lot about humidity. How many times have you heard or said, “It’s so sticky outside,” or “Ugh, it’s muggy” or “I just did my hair…oh well”? But this weather isn’t just an inconvenience.

It is partly up to our HVAC system to remove excess moisture as it cools your home, but sometimes there is too much moisture. In that case, mold and mildew thrives and can grow on virtually any part of your home. You might not even be able to see it, but you might be able to smell a musty odor.

The effects of mold in your home can cause anything from respiratory irritation to asthma attacks to serious complications involving black mold. And you don’t have to have a preexisting condition to feel the effects. It doesn’t even have to involve black mold, as no mold is good for your health.

Control humidity and you control mold. It’s that simple!

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What Our Humidity Controller Has to Offer

Our compact, energy efficient product is suitable for every type of household. The operation is very quiet despite its powerful dehumidification capabilities. Per day, it can remove up to 70 pints of moisture from your home’s air!

You won’t even have to empty it out, as it works with your HVAC system’s drainage system.

Enjoy Comfortable, Healthy Humidity Levels

Our device can help you achieve that perfect 45 – 55% humidity level. When used in conjunction with the rest of our indoor air quality system, it really completes the whole picture.

Check out our other steps as well:

Step 1: Air Filters >>

Step 2: Blower Ionizer >>

Step 3: Bacteria Growth Inhibitor >>

Step 4: Bacteria and Virus Eliminator >>

Step 5: High Efficiency Particle Absorber >>