Do you ever feel like you can’t get the temperature right? Humidity (the amount of water in the air) can and does affect how temperature feels to you. Water in the air holds the heat. The lower the humidity in the air—the drier the air, the less able you are to “feel” the temperature.

Both heating and cooling units tend to remove the humidity in the air. If it’s summer time, you’ll probably like the air to be drier. You could even get a dehumidifier installed to help remove humidity. In the winter time, though, you might find yourself turning the heat up because you can’t seem to feel warm. This is when you want the humidity! A humidifier would help in this case so that your heating bill isn’t as high.

If humidity control sounds like something you might need, feel free to contact us using the form on the Contact Us page. For more on the types of humidity control options we offer, please visit our Services pages.