I live beachside so the air is pretty moist. Also my wife has asthma so a controlled environment is best. Anyway if the humidity climbs to more than 62% running the ac for a 1/2-1 hour will bring it down to 50-55%. ymmvWell, that is true but the wife isn't running the AC or heater(much) in the winter.
Just so you understand how that works, It is not really a separate system just a way of running the HVAC unit. When your heat is running the return air goes over the Cooling coils first that makes all the water drop out and drain. the same thing is used when you turn on the defroster in the car to dry the air.Those bags are certainly different! We have a dehumidifier built into our furnace. Will I need to buy a dehumidifier or these bags as well?
Most homes that run their AC/Heat normally have no need for these except if there is a moisture problem that needs to be dried up or you have a sealed closet that smells mustyThose bags are certainly different! We have a dehumidifier built into our furnace. Will I need to buy a dehumidifier or these bags as well?
We have a room that is cut off from the AC and needs independent humidity control. humidity is terrible here and anything that has any organic matter on it will mildewMost homes that run their AC/Heat normally have no need for these except if there is a moisture problem that needs to be dried up or you have a sealed closet that smells musty
My other half did the same thin a while backThanks for all the advice and comments. This morning I found myself waking up to hear the words> " I ordered a new $220 Frigidaire dehumidifier from Amazon, normally $320", from my 'other' half.. The unit in question had over 653 reviews and mostly 5 stars. It is a 70 pint size system. http://www.frigidaire.com/Air-Conditioning-Dehumidifiers/Dehumidifiers/FAD704DWD/
I agree and I dislike the ironing board because it is too soft of a surface and too easy to accidentally get wrinkles. I use our glass covered dinner table if and when I need something ironed. I also cover it with a sheet.