Many people are aware that high humidity can be a problem, mostly because of how uncomfortable it can make you feel. Low humidity can be an equal uncomfortable problem. Here are some of the effects of low humidity in your house, along with a surefire solution to stop dry air in its tracks.
In the GTA, summer means humid air. Humid air means we’re hot, sweaty, and unhappy. But with these tips to reduce indoor humidity, you can get back to the real meaning of summer: sun, fun, and more sun.
It’s a question you’ll ask when contemplating buying one: what do air humidifiers do? If you’re tired of dry winter air and experiencing discomfort in your own home, this article is for you.
Spring is on its way, but for allergy sufferers it’s a mixed blessing. Learn how to handle your allergies and create a home oasis that’s pollen free.
The Ontario Building Code (OBC) 2012 has been revised to require heat recovery ventilators (HRVs) in all new homes as of January 1, 2017. But you may want to get one for older homes to – your body will thank you.