A hygrometer is a device for measuring the water-vapor content of the air in your home.
Hardwood floors change and react to temperature and humidity. They naturally expand in humid environments and contracts when it’s dry. Hardwood floors should have indoor humidity levels of between 35% to 55%.
- Continuously monitor your home’s humidity.
- Use a humidifier during heating season or areas of low humidity to add moisture as needed.
- Use a dehumidifier if your room exceeds more than 55% RH for more than a few days, to remove moisture.
- Clean your hardwood floors with Real Clean Floors cleaning products.
- Love your floors – love your home!