Question about General Filters 1099-LH Humidifier
Good Morning, as I was reading you're problem, the answer you gave is the solution to the problem as I was going to recommend the same option. Having gas furnaces, and as we know heat does rise to a certain degree, you most definitely need the humidity more so in the cold winters.I would get the second for the lower floor in line with you're other. This will help tremendously. Good Luck on this and time will tell. This is the right choice. Sincerely, Shastalaker7
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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