As temperatures continue to drop, the air inside and outside your home gets drier. As said by WebMD, warmer air holds more moisture. When you feel hot in the summer, both the higher temps and added humidity make you feel sweaty. In the winter, cooler air comes creeps inside and makes your house feel dry.…

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“It not the heat, it’s the humidity that gets you!” We hear this phrase all too often in this area of the country, especially during the hotter months of the year. An air conditioning (A/C) will help your home cool down, but there are situations where it will be very humid despite the A/C running.…

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