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    Our wall control is a carrier standard model with...

    Our wall control is a carrier standard model with the dehumidistat set at 50% for now. The control is also set on intermittent setting which allows the air handler motor as well and the fans on the...
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    They have both the fresh air and the return air ...

    They have both the fresh air and the return air both ducted in the return air duct that goes to the air handler. They also kept both ducts the minimal distance of three feet apart. I am more...
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    removing interlock hrv unit

    We just had a hrv unit installed in our small 12 year old ranch house. Our hrv unit is interlocked with the single speed air handler fan. I have noticed increase drafty conditions when the hrv unit...
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    new hrv install question

    We just installed a carrier hrvcclha150 unit with the standard wall controll in our airtight 1200 sq. ft ranch style house which carries 55% first floor and 65% basement humidity. They interlocked...
  5. Thank's for the replies. We have two heating...

    Thank's for the replies. We have two heating systems in our house. One is a hot water baseboard boiler and the other is a air heat pump with one stage blower fan. The heat pump is a 2.5 ton tempstar...
  6. question's to ask hvac man about hrv unit's

    I have posted awhile back about our high indoor humidity levels during the winter time. The people who have responded on here have told us that we have a airtight home,. which by the way I agree....
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    Thanks Cyberheat for replying. Yes I have...

    Thanks Cyberheat for replying. Yes I have learned that we have a air tight house. I am going to let the insulation alone and we also have a vapor barrier between the insulation and the ceiling. We...
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    Thank's Teddy Bear for the information, I am...

    Thank's Teddy Bear for the information, I am learning having a air tight house producing a whole new set of problems to solve. I am learning a lot on this forum from searching past topic on air...
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    We keep the house heated at 70* upstairs as well...

    We keep the house heated at 70* upstairs as well as in the basement. We have a full basement with hot water baseboard as well as duct work for the heat pump. Sorry about that.
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    I was down in the basement again looking for...

    I was down in the basement again looking for reasons why our humidity levels were higher than normal when I notice around the perimeter of the basement cinder block wall a styrofoam like product that...
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    I haved to agree with you. That I am learning...

    I haved to agree with you. That I am learning just enought to be dangerous to myself. annoying to my wife, and maybe doing some harm to our wallet. Thats the part that scares me. Thanks for the...
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    Thanks Baseboard Gord for responding to my post....

    Thanks Baseboard Gord for responding to my post. To answer your questions, no we do not have a fresh air pipe on the return duct on our heat pump. I just got a humidity gauge a few weeks ago so I...
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    OK, the ideas i proposed with removing the...

    OK, the ideas i proposed with removing the insulation is out. Will talk to my hvac contracter and give him the ideas you guys have brought to my attention. I do appreciate the help everyone here has...
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    Thanks, teddy bear for the website and the chart....

    Thanks, teddy bear for the website and the chart. Yes, after doing some reading on here I came to the conclusion we indeed have a air tight house. Would adding end gables to go along with the eave...
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    This is the first year after I retired to think...

    This is the first year after I retired to think about addressing the humidity problems I thought we have. I acquired a humisity gauge and sure enought the living space humidity as I stated stays a...
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    reducing humidity

    With much researching on this forum I still not sure what to do with our humdity issue. We have a 10 year old 1200 sq. ft ranch style house that we had built new her in central pa.. It has the...
  17. Thanks for catching my brain fart:o. Having that...

    Thanks for catching my brain fart:o. Having that kind of heat setup in a out house would sure keep your exposed side warm while reading the sears catalog:).
  18. register installed to main supply duct

    We just had a new heat pump installed in out house. It was sized to include a couple ducts to our basement which is half finished and half not finished. Is it good practice to install the register...
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    My condenser is outside and the air handler for...

    My condenser is outside and the air handler for the a/c is in the basement beside the boiler. I am positive I will keep the boiler and replace the a/c unit with a new single stage heat pump with 2...
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    Sorry for not supplying you guys with all the...

    Sorry for not supplying you guys with all the information. We have a Weil-Mclain gold oil boiler that is rated at 85% efficienty and we do heat the water with the boiler. I believe I will keep the...
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    Our oil prices around here are running about...

    Our oil prices around here are running about $3.85 a gal. As for PP&L rates I totaled all the add on charges and divided the kw we used and came up with .11 cents.
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    Thanks for the quick replies to my question. I...

    Thanks for the quick replies to my question. I forgot to mention we do have central air. We were going to remove the oil boiler and replace our 10 year old central air with a heat pump, but you got...
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    oil boiler or heat pump

    Being my first post here and doing alot of searching before asking this question I hope you can help me make a decision. We live in central Pa. in a 1998 built 1200 sq.ft. ranch house that is well...
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