I’m Having a Dehumidifier Linked to My Furnace

I had our oil furnace replaced last year, and it’s been working charmingly.

  • My outdated oil furnace used to run all day, only to heat our beach condo 10 degrees cooler than I programmed on the thermostat, and as you can imagine, our daily bills were outrageous, and I grew tired of paying such an obscene amount of currency to barely heat our home, but instead of throwing away currency to the utility company, I decided to invest in a new oil furnace.

The upfront cost was a lot more than I wanted to pay, but the Heating and Air Conditioning worker said it would last at least 15 years. If I decided to transfer out of this condo before then, the replaced oil furnace would at least add value to the house. Although our new oil furnace has been working charmingly, I’ve been having problems with the air quality. In this region, there is a lot of humidity while we were in the winter, which makes everything know cooler. I purchased a small dehumidifier for our home office, although I have to empty it almost everyday. I need something more practical. My Heating and Air Conditioning worker proposed that I connect a dehumidifier to our oil furnace, which would eliminate all the extra moisture from the condo while our oil furnace was running. I wouldn’t need to use any portable dehumidifiers anymore, because the a single connected to the oil furnace would take care of it. The Heating and Air Conditioning worker also said this would lower our daily bills even more, because our beach condo would know warmer separate from the moisture in the air. I can’t wait to have the dehumidfier installed!

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