We have a humidifier for the baby. It sends out moisture into the air to help the baby breathe when he has a stuffy nose, but once it's done, the moisture stays in the air and keeps the house humid. I'm thinking this may be why insects come in. A friend referred me to Top-Rated-Dehumidifiers.com to check out some of the top rated dehumidifiers. Now, I'll be honest, I was confusing a dehumidifier for a humidifier. I thought it was the same thing, but after reading up on the dehumidifiers reviews, I have a better understanding how they work and what people use them for. And if you're looking to conserve energy, you can sort out energy star rated dehumidifiers and chose the one that's right for you.
I just found out that having a dehumidifier can also reduce the chance of getting mold in your house. MOLD! I think I may just end up getting one... I don't want mold in my house... Especially since I've read that it can cost a fortune to get rid of. Check it out, friends. Later!