This category includes General Aire Humidifiers and Honeywell Humidifiers. Increase the comfort level in your home by maintaining desired humidity levels with a humidifier. There are several humidifiers to choose from including drum humidifiers, bypass humidifiers, room humidifiers, and duct mount humidifiers. You can also find Humidifier Filters for both Honeywell Humidifiers and Aprilaire Humidifiers here.

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Honeywell TrueEASE Humidifiers

Honeywell's all new TrueEASE Evaporative Humidifier is the most versatile, efficient

Honeywell Electrode Humidifier

This category contains the Electrode line of Humidifier (as well as its parts), which

Aprilaire Humidifiers

This category contains Aprilaire's range of humidifiers.

Honeywell STEAM Humidifiers

The Honeywell STEAM Humidifier takes the best features from current steam humidifier

Aprilaire Steam Humidifiers

Aprilaire Steam Humidifiers help eliminate the unhealthy and damaging effects of over

General Aire Legacy Humidifiers

The General Aire Legacy Series of humidifiers includes bypass humidifiers, drum type

Honeywell TrueSteam Humidification Systems

The Honeywell TrueSTEAM direct-injection humidifier provides the high performance and

Honeywell Humidifiers (Whole House)

Help maintain comfortable humidity levels automatically with a Honeywell Whole house

Nu-Calgon Humidifier Filters - Pads

Nu-Calgon Humidifier Filters/Pads can be used to upgrade Aprilaire, Bryant, Carrier,

Honeywell Humidifier Filters - Pads

This category contains humidifier vapor pads designed specifically for Honeywell humi

Trion Humidifiers

This section contains Humidifiers manufactured by Trion.

Aprilaire Humidifier Filters - Pads

This category contains humidifier vapor pads designed specifically for Aprilaire humi

White Rodgers Humidifiers

This category contains White Rodgers HFT, HDT, and HSP Series Humidifiers. Of course

Humidistats and Dehumidistats

This section contains Robertshaw Ranco controls that regulate the relative humidity o

Field Controls Humidifiers

This category contains Field Controls humidifiers and humidifier accessories.

General Aire Steam Humidifiers

Elegant Styling designed to deliver "PURE STERILE STEAM" to maximize indoor air quali

Braeburn Humidifiers

This category contains a selection of Humidifiers and accessories manufactured by Bra

More About Humidifiers

A home is a lot like the human body, it needs to stay properly hydrated in order to maintain the comfort for those living in it. Air that is too dry can act like a giant sponge, soaking up moisture from everyone and everything in a home, including woodwork, wood floors, and furnishings. Common symptoms encountered when a home lacks proper hydration include dry skin, chapped lips, dry nasal passages, and static electricity.

A humidifier can be used to increase humidity (moisture) in a single room or in an entire house. Point-of-use humidifiers are commonly used to humidify a single room, and whole-house or furnace humidifiers provide humidity to the entire house by connecting to a home's HVAC system. Whole House Humidifiers may be installed into the furnace for buildings with a forced air furnace.

Drum Humidifiers
Drum whole house humidifiers are common evaporative units for forced-air systems. A sponge attached to a rotating wheel dips into a reservoir of water. Warm air from the furnace is passed through the sponge and picks up moisture. The hot air enters the drum at one end and is forced to leave through the sides of the drum. When the hygrostat calls for humidity, the motor is turned on causing the drum to rotate slowly through the pan of water and preventing the foam pad from drying out.

Bypass Humidifiers
A bypass humidifier is a type of whole house humidifier that is connected between hot and cold air return ducts. It uses the pressure difference between these ducts which forces heated air to bypass through the humidifier and return to the furnace. Bypass humidifiers do not contain a foam drum, but instead have a number of plastic discs with small grooves on both sides. This allows for a very large evaporative surface area, without requiring a great deal of space.

Humidistats are instruments used to sense the humidity level in the space in which the humidifier is installed. As the humidity level in the space drops, a set of electrical contacts in the humidistat close, turning the unit on. A dehumidistat operates in the opposite fashion by causing the electrical contacts to open when the humidity level in the space drops below the setting of the dehumidistat controller, thus turning the unit off. As the humidity in the space goes up, the electrical contacts will close and the dehumidifier will operate to reduce the humidity in the space.

We offer a wide selection of Honeywell and General Aire humidifiers.