As outdoor temperature increases, indoor humidity may drop down. Ideally, indoor humidity should be around 35 to 60℅ but changes in climate bring about the lack of moisture in our home or office. Owing to decrease in humidity needed for soft glowing skin, easier breath and healthy living, people now see the importance of adding humidity indoor using a humidifier. The issue, before buying a humidifier, you should ask yourself what type of humidifier you want. Do you need a whole house humidifier or the single room type? Do you need a warm mist or cool mist? Or may you need a mechanical or digital machine. If you can answer these questions correctly then shopping for a humidifier will not be daunting and stressful. The whole house type can humidify an entire house. Let’s say you are living in a space of up to 2500 square feet and above, you will probably need the whole house. As for the single rooms humidifiers also known as the tabletop are best for little space like the bedrooms, office or the nursery beds. Tabletop usually has coverage area of 350 to 450 sq. feet.
Another thing to consider is to know if you want a cool mist or warm mist machine. The cool mist release cool moisture air into the atmosphere. These types are ideal for parents with little kids. The warm mist provides hot mist; they can be useful in the cold winter periods but are not good for family with little children because hotter mist can be emitted sometimes which can burn their skin.
Mechanical humidifier requires you controlling it manually. Some people like this type due to that fact of them not tech- friendly. The manual ones may require much of your time checking them up while the digital humidifiers gives you freedom to program some of the functionality while you relax enjoying your mist. Some likely automatic features to enjoy are digital humidity control, auto shut off when water tank is empty etc.
You can actually determine your owe best humidifier with your preference to what you are looking forward to have in your prospects humidifier.