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Re: dehumidifiers are junk

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05-20-2014 14:25:04

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Just provide some ventilation to your cellar. Open a window or two, and buy a simple fan, to exaust the damp cellar air to outside. A cheap range hood and short duct,works good for me. Turn it on when the sun is shinning, and turn it off when it's raining.
Loren, the Acg.

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05-21-2014 06:52:32

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 Re: dehumidifiers are junk in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-20-2014 14:25:04  
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Try that here and the condensation will be running down the basement walls and running across the floor.
Soil temp is 50F and ground water is even colder. Toilet tanks bead up with moisture unless the AC has had time to dry out the house.

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05-20-2014 14:54:36

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 Re: dehumidifiers are junk in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-20-2014 14:25:04  
I opened 6 cellar windows when humidity is 45 or lower, but in the Pa. area, it dont stay there very long. the fan idea mite work if you could suck damp air out of a couple windows.

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George Marsh

05-20-2014 15:21:00

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 Re: dehumidifiers are junk in reply to Rkh, 05-20-2014 14:54:36  
It really depends on where you live. In Indiana if you open the basement windows on a 90 degree day and high humidity you will have water on your 55 degree basement walls.

I have no choice, either air condition the whole house and run a dehumidifier in basement.

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