Humidifiers Protect your Health and Home

It’s 2am and you’re sleeping peacefully.  You find yourself dreaming of floating along on a catamaran in the Caribbean.  The sun is beating down on your face, the warm sea air is brushing lightly over your skin and you’re enjoying your drink the way God intended; out of a coconut with at least three little paper umbrellas and a crazy straw.  Suddenly a ship horn bellows right behind you.  You whip your head around to see a massive cruise ship bearing down on your catamaran, frantically blowing it’s horn in hopes you have time to move out of its way.  The horn sounds again and you take another slow sip out of your coconut cocktail fully knowing it’s going to be your last.  You close your eyes and brace for the ship to hit you as it sounds the horn one last time.  Suddenly you wake up and find yourself in your bedroom, yet the ship horn is still clearly audible.  It takes you a minute to realize the horn that interrupted your peaceful tropical dream was your husband’s nose, again.  Fully awake you rub your face with your hands and notice how dry they are when they scratch your face.  There are several health symptoms homeowners experience when there isn’t enough humidity in the air:

  • Sinusitis
  • Dry and itchy skin
  • Static
  • Nose bleeds

You may also experience damage to your home if the air is too dry by way of cracked wood on your furniture and floors and cracked seams in your drywall.  No, whole home humidifiers aren’t a luxury item, they are a must for year round comfort.  Practical Systems has teamed up with Aprilaire to provide you with the best indoor air quality system money can buy.  If you’re looking for an all-inclusive Valentine’s Day gift for your wife but don’t want to go all the way to the Caribbean, consider having our team install a whole home humidifier system.  $515 is all-inclusive covering the materials, labor, and tax.  If you already have a humidifier system in your home, be sure to take advantage of our $20 water panel internet special.  Be sure to follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn to keep up to date on all the ways you can improve the air quality in your home!   

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