Winters in Canada are a frightful part of life in the Northern hemisphere with an average of 100 deaths a year due to extreme cold and winter storms. Heating our homes is one of those things, if done right, we should be able to take for granted and go about our busy lives. Everyone has their preferred temperature levels for their home and most people set their thermostats between 18 -21 degrees Celsius, but what about humidity levels?
Balance is key to heating your home for the best cost efficiency, health concerns, and maintaining the condition of the house itself. Too much or too little humidity can have a negative impact on your home and the health of your family. So, what is the best humidity level for your Canadian home? Keep reading to find out.