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  • Ways to Raise Your Home’s Humidity

    October 4, 2019

    Low humidity levels can dramatically affect your health and the health of your home. Dry air can cause dry skin, respiratory problems, and annoying static electricity. It can also lead to damaged floors, walls, and air quality. If you are[Read More...]

    How to Deal with High Humidity Levels

    March 1, 2019

    Here in the Orlando area, we’re accustomed to the notorious humidity of Florida. It’s oppressive, energy-sapping, and just plain hard to deal with. That’s why it’s so important to be able to retreat into the comfort of our homes, where[Read More...]

    Guide to Keeping Your Home’s Humidity Level Low

    July 20, 2018

    There aren’t many things that are as simultaneously dispiriting and aggravating as discovering a bunch of mold has not only formed but spread. Although you’d probably rather just ignore it and pretend it never happened, the right course of action is to do whatever possible to make sure it goes away for good. Mold poses a serious risk to your health if left untreated, and the sooner it’s been taken care of, the better.