Humidifier installation

How to Reduce Noise in a Cold Mist Humidifier

If you have a cool mist humidifier, you may find that they produce a low level of noise. While this is considerably less than the amount produced by other electrical products, you may still find it difficult to sleep. If you are using it in a child's room, then the noise may disturb the child. Reducing the noise level is simple.

Materials Needed
  • Cool mist humidifier
  • Filter
  • Screwdriver
Step 1 - Move the Fan

The amount of noise produced by the fan can be affected by where it is placed on the room. Ensure the area where it is used is completely flat, and the cool mist humidifier itself is away from walls or other objects which could inhibit the proper flow of air through the system. It is also a good idea to place the humidifier on a soft object, such as a folded towel or napkin, as this will stop the stand from vibrating against a hard object.

Step 2 - Adjust the Fan and Impeller

Take the motor out of the water, and take off the top of the impeller tip. This will increase the flow of air through the system, and will help to reduce the noise. You can also remove the fan, and replace the filter, as this can sometimes help to reduce noise.

2 Reasons to Vent a Whole House Humidifier Outside

Using a whole house humidifier in your home will help prevent cases of cracked itchy skin, allergy and asthma especially during the winter months. With the right amount of humidity in the air, your family will not only be comfortable during the cold months, they are also protected from ailments associated with too much dry air.

To get the most out of your whole house humidifier, you need to vent the humidifier outside of your home. Venting out warn humid air may sound like a waste of energy at first glance but doing so can actually save your home from a number of problems. Below are some of the reasons why you should vent your whole house humidifier outside.

1. Get Rid of Extra Moisture and Prevent Mildew

Venting your whole house humidifier will help you get rid of extra moisture in the air. Note that too high humidity inside the house may cause mildew especially around your attic and your basement. When this happens, your home may start to smell and you will feel uncomfortable.

2. Prevent Molds

Venting your humidifier outside will help eliminate germs and bacteria that can cause molds. Note that molds love damp and hot areas so make sure that you vent your humidifier outside to discourage the growth of molds.

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