With the threat of a colder than normal winter looming over the Northwest due to La Niña and increasing crude oil prices impacting people using oil to heat their homes, many Americans are searching for ways stay warm this winter without breaking the bank. One solution that often goes overlooked is the addition of a humidifier.
Most people think of a humidifier as simply a way to treat uncomfortable conditions caused by dry air, such as nosebleeds, dry and scratchy throats, allergy symptoms, itchy skin, and respiratory issues. However, these versatile appliances can also be used to help your home feel warmer at a lower temperature.
Find out more about humidifiers and their benefits