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Frequent Nosebleeds? Turn To A Whole-House Humidifier

Frequent Nosebleeds? Turn to a Whole-House Humidifier

Often labeled as an issue without an answer, nosebleeds can be frightening for your children, annoying for you, and frustrating for everyone.

But what if the solution was as simple as a whole-house humidifier?

What Causes Nosebleeds?

Dry air is a leading cause of nosebleeds, occurring most often in the winter when indoor heaters dry out the air inside your home. The skin inside your nose loses flexibility as it dries out, leading to cracking that kicks off the all-too-familiar sensation of a bleeding nose. In addition, dry air and the associated lower humidity can make you more likely to develop a virus or infection, exacerbating the already disruptive problem.

With a Field Controls Steam Humidifier system, you can take charge of your entire home’s climate, allowing you to get ahead of those recurring nosebleeds.

Treating the Entire Space with a Whole-House Approach

Whole-house humidifiers, like the Field Controls Steam Humidifier, are built directly into your home, allowing the benefits of humidification to be distributed throughout the entire space. Boasting an output of up to 23 gallons of humidification per day, the Field Controls Steam Humidifier also includes an onboard control system that automatically performs routine maintenance, helping you take charge of humidity control without piling on additional stress.

How Field Controls Can Help

The EPA recommends an ideal indoor humidity of between 30% and 50%, and the whole-house Field Controls Steam Humidifier can help you achieve just that. As a result, those pesky nosebleeds will be lessened or disappear altogether, your overall air quality will improve and your family can live in a happier and healthier space.

If you’re ready to take control of not only frequent nosebleeds, but your quality of life, as well, contact us today to learn more about how we can help you leverage our nearly a century of knowledge that focuses solely on the movement of air inside your home.

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