If you’re like most homeowners, you pay a lot of attention to your thermostat and have strong ideas about how to balance your heating and cooling costs against your comfort level. But have you given any thought to your home’s humidity levels? Maintaining proper humidity in your house can help your heating and cooling systems work more efficiently, improve your indoor air quality, and enhance your family’s health.

The following infographic by Ross & Whitmer provides seasonal advice on balancing your thermostat settings against outdoor temperature for optimum health and comfort. The graphic offers other advice on maximizing your indoor air quality, including ventilation, house plants, and more.

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Where Should You Keep Your Home’s Humidity?

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David Wallace

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