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Yes, low indoor humidity can be a problem even in Georgia.

And when it is, we have the solution. Our air quality services are designed to help you select the right whole-house humidifier for your situation, and then we install and service it for optimal performance and effective, long-lasting comfort.
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Heating the home in the winter can make indoor air excessively dry, especially if you use a forced-air heating system. Along with being uncomfortable, low indoor humidity can lead to dry, itchy skin and respiratory irritation. It can also damage wood furniture and leather goods. A whole-house humidifier restores humidity to a comfortable, healthful level, and we can help you select the system that’s right for you.

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We also offer these other indoor air quality solutions for comfort and health:

AIR FILTRATION SYSTEMS – Ideal for improving ventilation. Learn more.
AIR PURIFIERS – Prevents airborne particles from recirculating into the home. Learn more.
DEHUMIDIFIERS – Maintains proper humidity level in damp homes. Learn more.
UV AIR PURIFIERS – Kills molds, bacteria, and other biological contaminants. Learn more.

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Indoor Air Quality FAQ

My home is too humid in the summer and too dry in the winter. How can I fix that?

There are state-of-the-art indoor air quality systems that provide both dehumidification and humidification, along with components that reduce airborne particles and improve ventilation. We can help you determine if that is something you need, as well as explore other custom solutions.

What are some signs of low indoor humidity?

Often the first indication of excessively low indoor humidity is dry, itchy skin in people and pets. Other signs include nasal and respiratory irritation, such as stuffiness, nose bleeds, and a dry, hacking cough. You might also notice peeling wallpaper, loose joints in wood furniture, and cracking or brittleness in leather goods.

Homes with forced-air heating are most likely to have excessively dry air. If using room humidifiers during the heating season doesn’t provide adequate relief, we recommend looking into a whole-house humidifier.

Are there any short-term ways of improving dry air until my central humidifier is installed?

Room humidifiers would help, but if you want to avoid the expense of buying them just for short-term use, there are other options for adding some moisture to indoor air. One is to skip the clothes dryer and let clothes air dry on drying racks or hang them where there is adequate air circulation; avoid hanging them in a closet or other small, enclosed space.

Another option is to place shallow pans of clean, fresh water around the house, making sure to replenish the water as it evaporates. Doing these things won’t completely correct your humidity problem, but they will help until your whole-house humidifier is up and running.