Posts Tagged “humidity”

Does Your Home Suffer from Low Humidity?

Posted on January 27th, 2017 by Devine Bros

You know that high humidity can make life miserable, but what you may not know is that low humidity isn’t pleasant, either. In fact, low humidity is a common problem in Connecticut during the winter months. The cold weather sucks the moisture right out of the air, and our home heating systems only make it […]

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4 Tricks to Minimize Humidity in the Home

Posted on July 29th, 2016 by Devine Bros

Residents of Fairfield County, Connecticut are no strangers to humidity. Besides the uncomfortable, stuffy conditions it can cause, high humidity levels can also warp wood surfaces in your home and lead to mold. Here are four tips and tricks you can use to help keep your humidity levels in check. Use Your Exhaust Fans Many homes […]

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How Does Humidity Affect Your Home?

Posted on June 24th, 2016 by Devine Bros

Humidity measures how much water vapor is present in the air. High humidity levels can not only make a hot summer day feel unbearable, but it can also have devastating effects on your home. How does humidity affect your home? Wood walls, flooring, and furniture. High humidity levels can wreak havoc on the wood in […]

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Signs You Need to Dehumidify Your Home

Posted on April 25th, 2016 by Devine Bros

Humidity is no stranger to residents of Fairfield County, Connecticut, but when does it become too much? Keep an eye out for these signs that may indicate the humidity level in your home is too high: Mold spots and odors: The moisture that’s present in humid air can invite mold to grow in your home. […]

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What You Need to Know About Humidity During the Winter

Posted on November 11th, 2015 by Devine Bros

When most people think of the word “humidity”, they probably imagine sitting outside on an insufferable summer day, skin sticky with sweat. While it is true that too much humidity can make a hot summer day feel about 10 degrees warmer, too little humidity can have its own set of consequences. Northern climates frequently experience […]

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