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Old 02-24-19, 07:59 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by ECO20 View Post
Perhaps it is better to use a central air conditioning system with one dehumidifier for the whole house for such humid conditions.
Good point here. The big question is how are you heating and cooling the house now? Lots of ifs and not much specific information given besides local climate conditions. If I had low cash and minimal extra space, I would snatch up a smallish twisty knob window shaker and run it on dehumidify or low, and put it in the shower stall for a quick test run. I have no idea if you even have a shower, so ymmv.
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