January 21, 2010
To keep the air from getting dryer
It's time to get a green humidifier
Conserving water as soon as you begin
You'll ward off colds and moisturize skin.
In addition to keeping things chilly, winter winds whip through the air, drying out skin and leaving a path of sniffles and sneezes in their dust. Try using an eco-friendly humidifier to keep moisture in your home while also conserving water.
- Eco-friendly humidifiers have made it easy to keep your home moisturized while also keeping energy and water costs down. Although they need to be installed, green humidifiers use 50% less water than their old-fashioned counterparts.
- Humidifiers do more than just ward off dry air. They also make your home more comfortable for people with allergies or respiratory problems by adding hydrating moisture in the air we breathe.
- Indoor plants naturally act as a humidifier and are the greenest way to keep moisture in the environment. Rated one of the best household plants, areca palms release moisture into the air while also removing harmful chemical toxins.
Best Air Pro provides easy-to-install green humidifiers. Currently running a winter special, it's an offer that's hard to pass up.
The Sierra Club offers great tips and suggestions on when, where and why humidifiers can be an absolute necessity.
Home Trends has a non-electric humidifier that requires very little attention after placement near the heating unit in your home. Heat blows through and adds natural moisture to your environment.