I'll be replacing my gas furnace & air conditioner soon and I'd appreciate your help with some questions.
I'm not clear on how the "humidity control" function works on these Infinity/Evolution t'stats. Do they require that the blower run constantly even when cooling or heating aren't called for? Or can the t'stat fan be set to "Auto" & still get the "humidity control" benefit?
Do the additional capabilities of these controls require new wiring with more conductors or will existing 4 or 5 wire t'stat cable work?
I understand the logic in having multiple speeds for heating & cooling depending on the outside temperature, but I'd be very interested in your opinions regarding the value of (or need for) additional humidity control. Is this a solution for a problem that is not that significant? My house was built in 1994 and is pretty tight & well insulated.
Thanks for your help ....