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Old 07-26-2008, 12:21 PM   #1
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seeing and feeling that I have moisture in the basement I ave installed a dehumidifier and a fan. Just wondering if I could open the metal cellar windows to achieve the same affect.

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Yes; areas of high humidity will always tend to flow to areas of low humidity, so do so if it drier outside than inside. Fans are good too, to help that along.

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but don't forget to check your weather and see what the humidity percentile is before doing so..
moisture settles low so it'll get through those open windows if it's too humid.

hope your ordeal get's its solution.

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Thanks for the advice,,I am in the process of taking out my windows in the basement that are metal, I am cleaning and painting them ,,,Its a moist cellar I have a dehumidifier and a fan to push the moist are out of the basement but perfection is what I am after,,,,
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If it is your home, you can do anything you want, but remember the outcome. If you open basement windows, critters can get inside, and if it rains, then you have a different kind of moisture to deal with, along with dust & debris.
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