Control humidity for a more comfortable home

If you’re not controlling the humidity level of your home, you may be spending extra money on heating and cooling costs. You see, home comfort is not simply measured in degrees. The humidity level has a lot to do with the temperature at which you feel most comfortable.

If your home feels warm and uncomfortable, you may be tempted to adjust your thermostat to a cooler setting, which causes your air conditioner to work harder and costs you money. When in fact, you may feel perfectly comfortable at a slightly warmer temperature if you had more control over the humidity in your home. (If you’re interested in reading more about the technical side of humidity and home comfort, click here!)

One of the most effective and efficient ways to control the humidity level of your home is by investing in a humidifier to control moisture and increase indoor air quality.

Carrier Fan-Powered Humidifiers are independent units with their own fans that add moisture directly into your ducts, while Bypass Humidifiers work in tandem with your furnace system to deliver enhanced moisture throughout your home. Both options are quiet, energy efficient ways to make your home more comfortable, and reduce static electricity.

Carrier humidifier

Carrier Performance Fan Humidifier

Carrier humidifier

Carrier Performance Bypass Humidifier

To determine which system is right for your home, contact your local Minnesota Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer. They’ll be happy to help you out and match you with your ideal system!

For more energy saving and home comfort tips, visit StayComfyMinnesota.com! Stay Comfy, Minnesota is your Minnesota resource for air conditioning repair, furnace repair and HVAC tips and advice.

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