The Right Temperature For Your Home16 Oct Nora Wall & Company
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Having your indoor thermostat temperature set too low or too high can lead to different problems?
Too Dry Means (83°F+) :
Respiratory, throat, and skin irritations
Additionally, conditions that are too dry can lead to:
Damage to wood floors, furniture, musical instruments
Static electricity; electronic equipment damage
Too Wet Means (66°F-):
Mold, mildew, dust mite growth; allergic reactions
Additionally, conditions that are too wet can lead to:
Termites, cockroaches, and other insects
Condensation and stains on walls, ceilings, windows
Flaking paint and peeling wallpaper
This depends on the humidity levels outside, and the current outdoor temperature. For real-time tracker visit https://weather.com/forecast/allergy/l/USTX1177:1:US
According to the measurements above, the comfort zone is between 67°F and 82°F