With the snow starting to fly and temperatures dropping, November is the time to ensure your home’s humidity is under control as we head into winter. Managing humidity is extremely important in mitigating damage down the line.

  • Clean humidifier

    Over time, the repeated evaporation of water will leave mineral deposits in the humidifier, along with dust and other debris. Clean these deposits and debris out with anti-scale products.

    Learn more about managing your homes’ humidity.

  • Check for condensation and humidity

    If ice or excessive condensation appears on your windows, reduce the humidity in your home.

  • Check and test carbon monoxide and smoke detector batteries

    Make sure you read the owner’s manual for both your CO and smoke detectors. Experts recommend having both battery-powered and wired-in models for an added level of protection.

  • Clean range hood filters

    Kitchen range hoods are an important part of your home’s ventilation system to remove odours and improve air quality. Clean and replace filters in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.