A humidistat, also known as a humidistat control or hygrostat, works with the heating and cooling system of your home to control the amount of moisture or humidity in the air.
Mold stops forming at humidity levels of 68% percent and below but your device may operate with 10% below that and still work at optimum levels.
A humidistat may be necessary if you find that your monthly heating and cooling bills are higher than is ideal. A humidistat will only activate your HVAC and heating systems when it’s absolutely necessary which can help you save money in the long-run.
Air filters are installed in HVAC systems to remove dust, dander, allergens, and other harmful particles from the air in your home. You can change and maintain air filters on your own.
A humidifier is an HVAC system that adds moisture to the air in your home, with the end goal of changing indoor humidity levels. Humidifiers can be stand alone, or added into an existing HVAC system, like a heat pump.
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