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Posted by The Insulator on April 6th, 2000 09:25 AM
In reply to Humidity by The Insulator on April 4th, 2000 03:39 PM [Go to top of thread]

First off, there is no such thing as a house that is to tight. That's a MYTH! the problem is that in a tight house you new to manage indoor air. Your winter humidity is too high. For health reasons, it's recommended to maintain a relative humidity between 40% - 60%. That's for health. In the winter, even a RH of 40% may result in condensation on the windows other colder places. I try to maintain my house @ 35%, and in extreme cold that can be difficult.

You need to manage you air by means of a air exchanger or even a central exhaust fan.

The Insulator

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