Introduction: Make a Humidifier for Your Home or Greenhouse... That Works!

The time is near. Dry season is on its way, and you’re beginning to scramble. Trying desperately to figure out what you’re going to do to keep your humidity levels where they need to be. Then you find out that you could end up spending over $1000 dollars on a humidifier big enough to handle your entire home or greenhouse!

I know, its crazy expensive! Well, there IS a better way, a much better way. For under $300 you can easily make your own unit that blows away the store bought models. The House of Hydro’s commercial foggers can nebulize up to 32 gallons of water a day! They are the perfect tool for building your own humidifier. All you need is a container and a fan to get it done. It’s that simple.

Check out The House of Hydro’s video tutorial for a step by step demonstration at to see how easy it really is.

Items needed:

12 disc Fogger from The House of Hydro

(12 disc recommended for whole home or large greenhouse humidification)

120mm Hydro-Flo Pro waterproof fan

Storage Tote

Hole Saw

4 Small Stainless bolts, or wood screws

Caulk (optional)

Auto Humidistat (optional) Perfect for maintaining exact levels

Step 1: Step 1: Drill (3) 3.5” Holes in the Lid of a Tuff Tote Storage Tote. Two Holes on One End, and One on the Other

Step 2: The Hole That Is by Itself Is Your Fans Mounting Hole. Mount the Fan Face Down With the Air Blowing Into the Tote. Use the Caulk to Seal the Fan to the Lid, and Use the Bolts, or Screws, to Hold the Fan Securely in Place.

Step 3: Step 3: Drop Your New Fogger Inside the Storage Tote After Filling Half Way With Clean Water.

Step 4: Step 4: Close the Lid and Plug in Your New Humidifier.

Step 5: Step 5: Spend Your $700 Savings on Something That’s Worth Your Hard Earned Money!