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Morgan City Supply
(985) 384-3650
6911 Highway 90 East
Morgan City, LA
 
Coburn Sply Co Inc
(985) 384-7550
1100 Front St
Morgan City, LA
 
Berwick True Value Hardware
(985) 384-5073
900 Utah St
Berwick, LA
 
Dan Boudreauxs Ace Hdwe
(985) 369-6366
4767 Hwy 1
Napoleonville, LA
 
St. Mary True Value Hardware
337-828-222
621 Main St
Franklin, LA
 
Tiger Island Hardware
(985) 385-3333
7393 Hwy 182 E
Morgan City, LA
 
Fastenal- Morgan City
985-385-5998
7838 Hwy 182E Morgan City, LA, 70380
Morgan City, LA
 
Ralow Do it Best Services
(985) 631-9532
131 Lake Palourde Bypass
Amelia, LA
 
Pierre Part Store L.L.C.
(985) 252-6261
3421 Hwy 70
Pierre Part, LA
 
Ace Hardware
(337) 828-1340
1012 Main Street
Franklin, LA
 

Home Remodeling Tip: Indoor Humidity Control - Try a Tabletop Fountain

The Importance of Humidity
in the Environment

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: air ventilation
by Garth Epp

Indoor Humidity Control – Protect Yourself and Belongings

Anyone who suffers from sore throat, dry skin, itchy eyes, or respiratory problems should use an indoor humidifier.  Additionally, environments with expensive or high quality wood to include grand pianos and artwork should have indoor humidification.  As you will discover in this article, humidity can be highly beneficial in a number of ways, some of which people never consider.

During the colder winter months, studies show that as much as 30% humidity needs to be maintained in an indoor environment.  You see, in colder temperatures, the air holds less moisture than you would see in warmer temperatures.  However, in the summertime, humidity levels should be about 10% since less is needed at that time of year.

When you shop around for a humidifier, you want something that can accommodate the room’s size.  For this, you could purchase a variety of options.  In fact, one option is to use an indoor fountain, such as a tabletop fountain .  The water and flow of the water produced by an indoor fountain is ideal, producing the right amount of humidity while also creating a gorgeous visual that actually becomes a focal point of the room.  When making your choice, you will need to look at a number of factors.

  • Outlet – Most humidifiers run off electricity so you want to make sure you have an open electrical outlet where the humidifier needs to be placed.  If you choose a fountain, your options are better in that some of these styles run off battery.

  • Energy Savings – Many of the humidifier options on the market today are made to run but also to use little electricity.  Obviously, energy savings is an important decision factor, especially as more and more people are trying to cut costs.

  • Water Choices – It is recommended to use distilled water in a humidifier or indoor fountain.  In most cases tap water contains a degree of mineral within the water and will leave calcium or lime deposits on the unit and potential clog or decrease the life of the unit.  Distilled water is pure and will not leave such unsightly and potential harmful deposits.

  • Humidistat – You should also choose a humidifier that has some type of digital or dial control.  With this, you can set the percentage that you want the room to reach and once there, the humidifier would shut off automatically.

A room that has a low humidity level has a much higher evaporation rate compared to a room with high humidity.  By using a humidifier or indoor water fountain, you can also control dust mite reproduction, as well as dangerous mold.  With mold, you actually have spores that are floating around in the air, making the environment harmful, especially for c...

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