Why do I Have Low Moisture in my Room?

By HVAC.com on April 1, 2015

Still Need Help?Call an Expert!


The most common reason that you have low moisture in a room or throughout the whole house is because humidity or moisture inside the room gradually equalizes with the moisture/humidity levels outside the room (or outside the building). If outdoor humidity levels are low, and if you are not adding moisture to the room using a humidifier, the room will gradually continue to lose moisture. Keep in mind that buildings are never 100% air tight, so they are constantly exchanging air with the outside.

Humidifiers are the perfect way to supplement the moisture levels inside a room or building for optimum comfort and health.

Related Articles