Updated: Sep 15
Elevated relative humidity levels exceeding 60% indicate excessively moist air, which can trigger a host of troublesome problems. These issues encompass the proliferation of mold, structural damage to your home, dust mite infestations, the presence of biological contaminants, bacterial growth, cupped wood floors, paint peeling, water stains, and an uncomfortable, sticky, and muggy indoor environment. On the other hand, low relative humidity levels can lead to discomfort with symptoms such as itchy and dry eyes and throat.
For optimal comfort and the avoidance of these complications, it is advisable to maintain relative humidity levels within the recommended range of 30% to 50%.
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