February 15, 2019

Every home has some level of static electricity, and your house isn’t an exception. As we walk around, we create an electron imbalance in the air. The moisture level in the air can amplify this effect, and the weather might also influence the situation in your home. Cold, dry air is a significant issue for many people. Luckily, there are steps you can take to control the static electricity in your home.

What’s the Solution?

You’ll probably want to adjust to your home’s level of static electricity. There are products available to reduce static electricity in your residence. Humidifiers are useful during the winter season and in cold areas. You need to maintain a relative humidity of 55 percent in your house to prevent an electron imbalance. On the other hand, people living in a very warm climate might want to consider a dehumidifier. The damp atmosphere in such a climate doesn’t tend to produce excess static electricity, but the abundance of moisture can be conducive to mold. A dehumidifier can help prevent that.

Another factor to consider before you buy a product is energy efficiency. You want to make sure you’re going to increase the humidity in your house without raising the cost of your energy bill. A humidifier will produce better results during the early winter season.

Find the Right Product for Your Home

At Comfort Pro, Inc., we provide indoor air quality control services for the people of Reading. Our technicians understand how to control static electricity in a house. We’ll take the time to find the right balance of temperature and humidity to improve the air throughout your indoor environment. We also offer a range of other services, including air conditioning and heating installation. Your temperature control system needs reliable maintenance on a routine basis, and we can furnish it. We’ll help you extend the life of your equipment. Contact Comfort Pro, Inc. today to schedule an appointment with our team of technicians.

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