Temperatures are already sweltering and we aren’t even into summer quite yet. You may be thinking more about your air conditioner than your furnace, but the off-season is a good time to be thinking about your furnace options if you have any concerns with your existing unit.
Here in Florida, we deal with high humidity levels year-round, although the air does get slightly drier in the winter. And depending on your unique needs, you may need a furnace, humidifier, or a furnace dehumidifier. You can keep reading to learn more about why a gas furnace might contribute to drying out the air in your home in the winter.