I am thinking of buying a flow through humidifer ( the one that can be
mounted on furnace ducts) for my new home. Lennox, Honeywell and
AprilAir are my favourite brand names. Based on what I have read from
websites, looks like there is not much difference between these brand
names. Am I right?
I like to install the humidifier myself so I can save some bucks.
Apparently, these brand names teach the owner ( I am sure about
Honeywell) how to install the humidifier. What's your suggestion?
Should I hire a service man to install the unit? Based on your
experience (if you have humidifer), insatlling a humidifier makes a
lot difference in humidity level? I have read a post that the guy
installed a humidifer ,however, the humidity level did not go up very
much. Some people are saying it's good idea to use hot water instead
of cold water. I know why, but that would cause my energy bill goes up
I am living in Canada where the humidity is pretty low.
What a lame observation. By a WebTVer.
Yes, you get what you pay for, in terms
of possession. But if price were the marker
of quality, which seems to be implied with the
term, the most expensive contractors would
be the best, and Consumer's Reports would
be a bankrupt publication.
What was the humidifier question?
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