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    I am installing a fantech hrv model shr3005r to correct high humidity for my 3000 sqft log home i have ran rigid ducts for supply and return to rooms will this unit fix my problem and lower humidity.

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    It could! But whats the story? How high is RH, where do you live, how long have you had this high RH, etc?

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    RH is about 60% and i live in upstate ny w/radiant heat propane kitchen stove-2 showers and 3 people live in home

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    Hello all

    You have 60% in the dead of winter??? Just where is it coming from? Do you have exhaust fans in your bathrooms?

    I live in NY to and have no higher then 44% RH in winter.

    Core


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    firs of all thanks for reply core, yes fans in bathrooms but no hood over stove plus dishwasher and no forsed air heat to take that moister away;i have ran 6" galv pipe to draw above kitchen and also ds bathroom and fresh air return to loft "highest point" and also laundry room in ds for hrv unit.

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