Humidifiers add moisture to your indoor air to prevent the dryness that comes with a cold climate, then low humidity levels in your surrounding air can cause rough skin, chapped lips, nosebleeds, or even sinus congestion! Warm mist humidifiers come with the extra benefit of warming up your home.
- Warm mist humidifiers heat water and then blow it out into your indoor part as hot steam, which helps to increase humidity levels.
The main benefits of these HVAC units that make them so popular among homeowners include their quiet operations. Noisy HVAC units usually create unnecessary disturbance in a home, reducing the sleep quality and comfort levels of the occupants of your home. A hot mist humidifier operates without a fan, often paired with noise, making it quiet. This makes them ideal for peaceful humidification and night-time use for homeowners who are genuinely sensitive to noise. They have a convenient size, unlike cool mist humidifiers, warm mist humidifiers are much smaller. They are, therefore, ideal for small rooms such as your bedroom or office. Warm mist humidifiers also supply healthy moisture in your indoor air. These units are considered beneficial to your health and well-being due to the boiling process it incorporates in its operations that kill germs. The boiling process kills waterborne mold and bacteria, which prevents them from entering the air you breathe, giving you a better occasion for a clear airway. Warm mist humidifiers are, but, not as well-suited for large spaces as cool mist humidifiers. They are also slightly more expensive to run and hard to scrub because mineral deposits are often left while in the boiling process.