What Should I Set My Humidifier at?

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According to Owens Comfort Systems, the best setting for a home humidifier is between 30 and 40 percent. This is the ideal setting as the risk of health-endangering conditions, such as bacteria and viruses, is significantly lowered.
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1. Set your humidifier to suit your home. Depending on its current humidity, you'll want it to moisturize either more or less than the default setting. To do this put the setting
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Turn it on high when you leave the house so you don't have to hear how loud it is!
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Hi, Jennifer: I'm no expert, but those who are seem to agree that the first thing to check is your evaporator panel. Aprilaire recommends replacing it annually--so if you haven't
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Depending on what type of heat your using, a fireplace, furnace, portable heaters, etc. Usually you need to turn off the humidifier in the winter. I use a wood burning stove and just
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Humidity levels below 30 percent are considered dangerous for people and other household contents. Humidity above 75 percent can encourage the growth of mold and bacteria. You should set your humidifier at an ideal range for indoor humidity. This is between 40 to 60 percent.
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