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Is there a good way to add whole-house humidification in winter?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 11, 2013 01:08 AM
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We currently use a room-size humidifier, which is a pain, but we can turn the thermostat down several degrees. and feel noticeably warmer/more comfortable. We have: hot water baseboard heat/oil boiler; central air (so already have ductwork); split-level with fairly open floor plan (probably the only reason the room-size humidifier works ok).




 

 

We currently use a room-size humidifier, which is a pain, but we can turn the thermostat down several degrees. and feel noticeably warmer/more comfortable. We have: hot water baseboard heat/oil boiler; central air (so already have ductwork); split-level with fairly open floor plan (probably the only reason the room-size humidifier works ok).

Hi Diane,

Humidification is often a concern for homes in the winter time.

As you alluded in your question, there are lots of ways to humidify your home. The easiest way is...


 

 

 
 
 

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