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Old 11-18-2012, 01:17 PM   #16
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You would still need the felt, regardless. In the long run you will thank us for the suggestion.
ok. can you be a bit more specific on what the felt does ?
i have a cheap moisture meter in the basement. it says about 15% right now.

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15% relative humidity, that is too low. The felt quiets the floor, helps to keep the rooms warmer, and also stops any moisture that may transfer between main living and crawl or basements.
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Old 11-18-2012, 09:28 PM   #18
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15% relative humidity, that is too low.

The felt quiets the floor, helps to keep the rooms warmer, and also stops any moisture that may transfer between main living and crawl or basements.

perhaps, but we are comfortable. sides, idk how accurate the gauge is.
i want to get a good one. but idk what a good one is.

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Get something like this http://www.radioshack.com/product/in...uctId=11361230 I have a older version with one sensor in our attic, one in our garage, that I used to have that one down in our basement. Our house stays around 55% to 62% Rh in the main floor and basement. I have seen it get as low as 39% for a day, but next day would go back to 55%.

You really do not want the Rh too low, due to it will cause more problems than good. Especially with flooring.

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