I’ve always lived in the northeast. We experience four specific seasons, and the weather is often quite extreme. Although our summer season is usually gone in a blink, it’s always too hot and humid. Your property becomes overheated and stuffy, and a result of the excess moisture in the discuss, there is the risk of mold spores popping up. To hope for any sleep and protect indoor air quality, it is necessary to run an hvac. The fall season is typically soaking wet and chilly, and by the middle of November, I have most likely started the furnace. I will keep a furnace operating until sometime around April. There is a very short period of time when I don’t need to use either the air conditioner or even the furnace. For the better portion of the year, I have the windows shut completely and we do everything possible to eliminate strength waste. I have caulked, weatherstripped and insulated to protect my indoor air. I still spend an ungodly amount on my monthly energy bills. Because of everything being closed, my indoor air gets a little gross. During the colder weather, while using the furnace all the time, a indoor environment becomes exceedingly dried out. This leads to dry epidermis, chapped lips, sore throat, crazy locks, static cling and damage to furniture. To try and deal with this, I’ve bought a whole-home humidifier to introduce and observe after ideal relative humidity. In our summer months, the air conditioner is not sufficient to handle the excess moisture, and so I had to also purchase a dehumidifier. Living in this part of the country is quite a challenge and very expensive due to the demands of the weather.