During a frigid New England winter, there are two things you don't want to feel inside your own home: number one is cold, and number two is uncomfortable. The problem is, even if your heater is working perfectly, the fact remains that the more the furnace runs, the drier the room a room becomes. Through the heating process, the furnace pulls moisture out of the air. This can lead to discomfort, and can also make your room feel cooler at higher temperatures. A whole home humidifier installed as part of your HVAC can let you control the humidity in your home. This not only leads to greater comfort, it also helps on the financial side as you can generally make the room feel warmer at lower temperatures. Southern New Hampshire Plumbing, Heating, Cooling has years of experience installing whole home humidifiers. Call us to make an appointment today.