<b>How to lower humidity in your home</b>


Ah, summer in Ohio – the days are sunny, pleasant and hot...but there are times the pervasive humidity can leave you feeling a bit like steamed broccoli. The high humidity also can become a problem by making it feel warmer inside your home.  Working to achieve lower humidity in your home can benefit you and your family in many ways. It keeps you more comfortable, saves money by reducing the need for air conditioning and heating, improves indoor air quality, discourages dust mites and mold from growing, and protects your home from damaging moisture. Here are 10 tips for lowering the humidity in your home.