Finding The Best Humidifier For Your Home

If you suffer from seasonal allergies or respiratory problems, you may find that a humidifier will relieve many of your symptoms. Many people rely on humidifiers to improve their health and keep their homes comfortable. Luckily, we live in a time where humidifiers are easy to find and install. So the question becomes: which humidifier will work best for your home.

Denver’s Best Heating and AC Repair will attempt to answer this question today by examining the benefits and detriments of three different humidifiers. It is our hope that you will find this analysis helpful as you shop for your home’s new humidifier.

Whole-House Humidifiers

Whole-house humidifiers are connected to the duct system of your HVAC system, making it possible for each room in your home to have comfortable, moist air.  Whole-house humidifiers require little maintenance and are out of sight. Further, home humidifiers consume less energy than competing humidifiers. For a permanent humidifier that provides reliable, consistent relief — invest in a whole-house humidifier. However, if you’re looking for a more affordable solution look into purchasing a portable humidifier.

Portable Humidifiers

Portable humidifiers are not as effective as whole-house humidifiers, but they are less expensive and will still provide dry air relief. Portable humidifiers are a great solution for renters or for people who need a short, temporary boost in humidity. Considering purchase a portable humidifier if dry air is only an occasional irritation.

Cool Mist Humidifiers

Cool mist humidifiers trap minerals, dust, and impurities. These appliances are capable of improving your home’s air quality, and providing a cool invisible mist to moisten the air. Generally, these humidifiers are easy to clean and work best in larger areas. While cool mist humidifiers come with many benefits they are known for being noisey. This something to keep in mind when selecting the storage room of your cool mist humidifier.

In conclusion, humidifiers vary in ability and price. If your respiratory problems or allergies are severe, you may want to invest in a humidifier with a higher intensity and overall ability. But for the budget conscious shopper, a simple, portable humidifier may be enough to relieve their symptoms. If you would like further assistance with finding a humidifier for your home or if you would like to schedule an appointment — give Denver’s Best Heating and AC Repair a call at: 303-327-9208. Our customer service team looks forward to working with you.

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