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Posted by AS Wheeler on November 8th, 2001 11:49 AM

We have two bedrooms which are located on the northeast side of the house; and that side of the house is heavily wooded. During the summer, we have such humidity problems because most of the time it is not hot enough to run the air conditioner.

I have a couple of questions:

1. If I left a ceiling fan on all the time, would that decrease the humidity.
2. Do they make dehumidifiers you can put on a air conditioning unit so that when it runs, it could do to things? Dehumidifiers are around $150 to 200 a piece and noisey. Just wanted to see what my options are.

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