Winter in Minnesota is prime time for dry air indoors. The air outside has very little moisture. The warm air we use to heat our homes in winter only compounds the problem. Your skin becomes dry, your throat gets parched, and static electricity fills the area.
The solution to dry air in the winter months is a whole home humidifier. A whole-home humidifier can be part of heating and cooling system. The humidifier will increase moisture in the air, reducing the static electricity, keeping your skin, throat and nose with the proper amount of moisture.