Evaporative Humidifiers In Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena, CA, And Surrounding Areas
Discover the reliable and time-tested technology of Evaporative Humidifiers with Evans Heating & Air! With decades of experience, these humidifiers have become a go-to choice for effectively adding moisture to indoor spaces, combating dryness, and improving overall air quality.
These humidifiers have been used for decades and are considered the most common or garden-variety type of humidifying appliance. The most basic (traditional) way to humidify a room is to place a pot or jar of water in the room and allow the moisture to naturally evaporate into the air to relieve dryness.
An evaporative humidifier works on basically the same concept but is more efficient in getting the humidity out of the room. Evaporative humidifiers can vary by design. There are a few non-filter units that simply churn out a water mist or vapor, but most have filters that require routine cleaning or replacing. So generally, there is an ongoing operation cost in the way of replacement filters for evaporative humidifiers.
With the help of a wick filter to hold and draw the water up to a fan, it expels it from the unit as a water mist or spray. Though the word ‘wick’ sounds very small, a wick filter can be large and takes up most of the room inside a humidifier’s casing. Some models can combine some humidification features along with a filter design.
This filter design is widely favored due to its exceptional functionality in trapping mineral scale, significantly reducing the risk of fine white or greyscale dust from infiltrating the room. Some models are also designed for aromatherapy during the humidification process. Though you would expect the type of humidifier to be clearly identifiable on the packaging, that isn’t always easy. A key thing to remember is that if a cool mist humidifier has a filter, you will need to clean or replace it, but you shouldn’t worry about scale dust.