If you have low humidity in your house, you know the effects it can have. These effects can range from discomfort to straight up allergies. This is why getting a humidifier is a great idea. Having a humidifier means no more waking up with a soar throat or dry skin. But if you plan to use a humidifier in your bedroom, you'll probably want one that's quiet. After all, what's the point of trading one discomfort for another? In this article, we're going to show you what we've found from analyzing users' opinions on silent humidifiers.
The noisiest humidifiers are the ones that are designed to control humidity in the entire house. When it comes to individual rooms though, there is not a significant difference between humidifiers designed for small rooms and humidifiers designed for medium or large rooms. Brand-wise, you want to look for Sunpentown, Venta, Pure Gueardin or Optimus, in that order. When it comes to overall area coverage, humidifiers that can handle anywhere from 250 to 650 feet are found to be the quietest. And, last but not least, you want to look for humidifiers that use ultrasonic mist generation. Not only are they safer, they are also quieter.
When looking for the most quiet humidifiers, the two most important factors to take into consideration are: brand and mist generation method. If you can find a Sunpentown ultrasonic humidifier, go for it. If you cannot find one from the recommended brands, just go with an ultrasonic humidifier.
Humidifiers are great to use at night, so quietness is a very important attribute for one of these appliances. Making an informed purchase on this basis saves you the headache of going from not being able to go to sleep because of dry air to not being able to go to sleep because of a loud humidifier.