Uniform air humidity in your rooms
Loam has by nature the ingenious property of absorbing water from the air and bunkering it. As soon as the air humidity decreases, the loam releases this stored moisture back into the environment and thus balances out the fluctuations. Rooms with loam usually have a constant air humidity of 45 to 55%, fluctuations of up to 5% are normal. The even and, compared to rooms with circulating air, high humidity results in a healthy room climate, which is perceived as very pleasant and does not dry out the mucous membranes.