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 Having a humidifier is a great appliance to help improve your home’s indoor air quality during the dry winter months, however adding too much humidity is also a problem and has the potential to damage indoor finishes around windows, finished spaces and can increase mold production in your home. Correct settings help your humidity level where it should be, offering safe, comfortable air for your home. Is there an ideal humidity level, or does it vary from house to house like ideal temperatures?

The short answer: Summer: 45% – 55% Winter: 15%– 25% TIP: keep you blinds several inches from the bottom to air circulation. - Run you bathroom fans after bath/shower to 15-2mins to remove excessive humidity. - While cooking in kitchen run you fan

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Every year, a small portion of homes are put up for sale by the owner (FSBO). But according to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), FSBOs will have a far more difficult time getting off the market. Here’s a few reasons why hiring an agent can save you time, energy, and unneeded stress.


Industry know-how

You probably don’t have a lot of experience with the ins and outs of real estate. The industry can be tricky to navigate, but an agent has the education and experience to back up his or her decisions

Negotiation skills

If you don’t fancy yourself an expert negotiator, that’s where a real estate agent comes in. REALTORS® have mastered the art of negotiating and can ensure your home sells for a fair price.



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