On David Burgess's excellent website, he gives his opinion on the best way to keep a room humid. I agree strongly with everything he writes, except for one thing:
He recommends the small mist-type humidifiers because 1: They are cheap and 2: They don't create mold.
Good points, but I think they are very dangerous, because it's easy to forget to fill them, just one day, and have a catstophic drop in humidity.
I do not have the type of heating system that can have a "whole house" humidifier added. So, I am looking for a mist-type units that can be permanently attached to the water-supply. Does anyone know of such a unit? Price is not a concern.
Alternatively, perhaps some kind of plumbing device could be rigged, using a ball & check mechanism? Any ideas
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