New answers tagged humidity
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 ...
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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