During the dry months people often bring out their humidifier consoles to help add moisture to the air. But did you know that you can get a whole house humidifier installed directly into your cooling and heating system? You can then control and monitor level of humidity in your home from your themostat.
There are many reasons why a humidifier is an excellent addition to your home:
Health: less colds, flus, respiratory ailments for you and your family as viruses thrive in low-humidity environments. More humidity in your home will also prevent issues with asthma and allergies.

Preserving your home: Dry air = damage. Dry air can affect your floors, causing them to shrink up and creak. Paint, causing it to chip off the walls. Furniture, electronics, musical instruments, etc. Keep your home humid and fresh to maintain your home and its contents.
Efficiency: With a humidifier, your home will feel warmer during the cooler seasons, and you’ll save money on your heating bills because of it. You can save up to 4% on your heating bill for every degree you lower your thermostat.