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Above 60%, mold spores multiply and people with respiratory issues become uncomfortable. It should go back down soon with no major issues other than a slight permanent increase in the amount of musty smells in the house when all the windows are closed due to the new mold spores. Don't let it stay above 80% for extended periods of time, though. If you're ...
This is going to be sort of a comment, or at least not a complete answer. When designing the system, the goal is not to create a breeze through the space. The goal is to control pressure equalization in such a way that the air is mixed and dehumidified (conditioned). Having one large return at one end of the space, and a large return at the other may work. ...
I'm just looking here wondering if the unit has the pump does the drain line have to be shortened or just leave the excess coiled. Routed the line through a hole i put in the wall. I chose the pump style since I have no sump or any other place to drain it with a garden hose and its 16 steps to the crawl space. Go for the pump dehumidifier
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