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Nursery Climate: Humidification vs. DehumidificationNew parents in this region may face challenges associated with baby room humidity more often than not. Humidity levels in this region fluctuate throughout the year. Summers are humid and fall and winter are dry. Too much or too little humidity is hard for people of all ages to cope with. Babies, in particular, have even less ability.

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Keep Your Family Comfortable with a Home HumidifierFort Wayne’s winters are milder than many other cities, but having a working furnace is still very important. Dry air is the main obstacle presented by most heating systems, but humidifiers easily take care of that problem.

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Tips to Help You Spot an Indoor Humidity ProblemWith higher outdoor temperatures and increased moisture, indoor humidity issues are generally a summertime problem. Though, with many Fort Wayne area homes sealed up tight to save energy and enhance comfort, an indoor humidity problem can be a year-round nuisance that traps moisture inside.

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Tips for Fixing Humidity Problems in Your GarageIf you constantly notice condensation in your garage, you may have a humidity problem on your hands. Since mold and mildew may start to grow when your garage is humid, it's important to get moisture problems in check as soon as possible. Here are some tips that can help keep your garage safe and dry.

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How Can a Home Humidifier Benefit Your Health?Dry air is a common problem for many people, particularly during the winter months. The ideal humidity in your home should be around 40 to 60 percent. You can check you home's humidity level with a bit of simple science. Just fill a glass with ice water and wait three minutes to see if condensation forms on the outside of the glass. If not, your home is too dry. Fortunately, a home humidifier can improve your comfort and health in many ways.

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Have a Professional Perform a Humidity Test in Your Fort Wayne HomeMaintaining a balanced humidity level in your home is important for keeping your space healthy and your indoor air quality high. When you've got too much humidity in your home, you could be providing a breeding ground for bacteria, mold and mildew. However, if you don't have enough, you'll see the effects in excess dust, throat and lung irritation and a worse-than-usual flu season. Having a professional perform a humidity test can help you understand how to balance humidity in your home.

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Increase Winter Comfort with a Home HumidifierThe amount of water vapor in the home is a very important component of indoor air quality. When there is too much water vapor, mold, mildew and other micro-organisms proliferate. When air is too dry, such as during the winter, comfort and health suffer from side effects like dry and itchy eyes, sore throat, fatigue and more. Read on to learn how a home humidifier can alleviate dry indoor air and return comfort to your home.

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Make Your Humidifier A Priority This Winter and Early Spring With These Quick TipsDuring the heating months, humidifiers can make the indoor environment healthier and much more comfortable. Households with family members who suffer from allergies, asthma or severely dry skin find humidifiers to be a great help when stuck indoors during the cold months before things warm up in April.

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How a Humidifier Saves Money and Adds Comfort to Your Fort Wayne Home in WinterA variety of factors contribute to year-round comfort in your home, and for most people, temperature would be the first factor that comes to mind. The humidity level of the interior of your home contributes significantly to your overall comfort level, as well. Here are a few facts that will demonstrate how a whole-home humidifier can save money and add comfort to your Fort Wayne area home during the winter.

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Controlling Humidity in Your New Haven Home: Can an A/C Handle the Job?Controlling humidity in your Indiana home can present a challenge, especially during late spring and early fall. On hot summer days, when your A/C unit is running full blast, it should do a decent job at dehumidifying your living space as a natural byproduct of the cooling process, assuming it's properly sized. If it's over-sized, however, its dehumidifying abilities will be compromised, and a dedicated dehumidifier may be needed to provide relief. Also, on moderate days when the A/C isn't operating but relative humidity inside your house is 50 percent or higher, you'll need a dehumidifier to bring it down to a comfortable level.

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