What does dry air look like? Do you picture sand-storms in the desert? You might be shocked to learn that your home could be drier than the Sahara. Symptoms of dry air are dry skin, itchy eyes, itchy throat, and irritated nasal passages, Dry air can also aggravate symptoms of the common cold and some respiratory ailments. If you have experienced any of these symptoms, chances are your home is too dry and you need a professional humidifier system.
Humidifiers do more than just “add moisture” to your air. Our carefully designed systems turn your home into a healthier ecosystem with optimal humidity levels, preventing sickness, discomfort or cracking doors, floors, and door frames. To learn more about Al Terry’s range of professional humidifying systems contact us today.
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