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How to Install a Dehumidifier for the Whole House

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Learn how to add a whole-house dehumidifier to your home's air conditioning unit; details include installation tips.

There are times during the summers in Connecticut when the air conditioning seems to be working but the air inside the house still isn't very comfortable. Ron invited in an expert to find out why. An air conditioner expert explained that to be really comfortable, you need to control both the humidity and the temperature. An air conditioner will do a good job with controlling the temperature but often cannot handle the humidity on the days that are in the 70s when the air conditioner does not run long enough to drain the moisture out of the air. He suggested that Ron add a dehumidifier to dehumidify the whole house on the days when the air conditioning does not do the trick.

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