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Indoor Air Quality: How Winter Can Make Your Allergies Worse

Everyone knows that winter is cold and flu season, and spring is allergy season, right? But what if we told you that winter can often make your allergies worse? You know that stuffy nose you always get? Or how about the itchy, dry eyes that plague you all winter long? While you may have assumed the common cold was causing your symptoms, chances are your allergies were to blame. What’s causing your worsened allergy symptoms during winter? The experts at Steve’s Plumbing & Heating explain.

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Do You Have the Right Thermostat for Your Home?

Today’s thermostats range from standard conventional units to programmable units with lots of bells and whistles. Our guide below can help you compare the different types of thermostats so that you can choose the right one for your home. Manufacturers design all features on modern units for comfort, convenience, and energy-efficiency. Let’s take a closer look at the three types of thermostats we install or repair.

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How to Control Humidity Levels in Your Home

Humidity is the leading cause of multiple problems in your home that can compound over time. High humidity levels can lead to mold and algae development, heat cramps and exhaustion, and strokes. It can also create an environment that is a breeding ground for allergens, pollutants, and other contaminants in the air.

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Is Dry Air Really Better Than Humid Air?

The question of whether the dry air in your home is better than humid air is determined by a few key factors. The most important thing to understand when it comes to air is that you don’t want to create an environment of extremes. In other words, too much of either is not healthy. This is why home and business owners in the Wisconsin Rapids area often use humidity control to create the perfect balance throughout the building’s interior.

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