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The minute you turn on the heat, the air in your home gets drier. And since dry air feels cooler than moist, homeowners crank the heat up even higher, in turn making the air even dryer and more uncomfortable. It's a vicious cycle! Therefore, a one-room or whole-house humidifier can not only undo the familiar effects of dry air, but it can also help you keep the thermostat at a money-saving low.
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