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For starters, kitchens (and baths) are the humid parts of any house. That's where all the cooking happens. That's why it's important to have a hood vent in your kitchen. If you don't, that might be a big part of the problem right there...you're just dumping a lot of humidity into the air when you cook. As you don't have any heating in the kitchen, that ...


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If you have ductwork in place, you should be able to use a humidifier such as the Honeywell TrueSteam or the Aprilaire 800 that can operate independently. They "Accommodate crawl spaces, attics and areas of the country with milder winters and non-forced air heating."



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