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    Reme Halo

    Wondering if anyone has installed them a lot and what is the opinion.

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    If you search the forums you will see that there is some that love and some that think they are snake oil. I personally love them and in fact I replaced the cell in my previous generation unit yesterday and am enjoying the benefits of a healthier life

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    I went to their class and got one dirt cheap but as the HVAC tech life is it has been three months and I have not put it in yet lol. I am gonna wait till fall cause I don’t have central air to run it with yet. Just didn’t see any posts about them and I’m curioue

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    3.5" or whatever hole and run continuous fan for the summer

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    I personally like the smell of ozone. I think the Reme Halo is overkill for most houses.
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