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Old 08-07-2010, 12:44 AM
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The dehumidifier should cool the room instead of heating it. Are you sure its not a Humidifier. An Air conditioners first operation is removing humidity out of the air so I dont get it. A window shaker A/C MIGHT be a solution. 12000 BTU'S equals one ton of cooling which will cool 700 sq ft. So figure out what size you need by the sq footage of your reloading room. I bet you can guess what I do for a living.
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Old 08-08-2010, 12:04 AM
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Are you filling(humidifier) or emptying(Dehumidifier) the water? The slab may not be your problem...depending on where you live and slab construction you may already have a moisture barrier between the slab and ground...check on this. If not seal the slab and then in any event why not install an a/c unit and be done with the humidity and heat?
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I bet you can guess what I do for a living.
LOL I bet you cant I have 4 jobs at present. I bet you dont even get one of them right!

On another note thank you all for the advice. I live in upstate NY about a half hour from lake Ontario. It is a dehumidifier and I have it running 24/7 as of right now. The room is small 10x15 with an 8" foot celling slab floor 3 walls facing exterior of home.

The unit fills once a day. I had not considered getting and A/C unit its an option how ever and I could move the dehumidifier to one of the basements.
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Old 08-08-2010, 11:24 AM
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LOL I bet you cant I have 4 jobs at present. I bet you dont even get one of them right!

On another note thank you all for the advice. I live in upstate NY about a half hour from lake Ontario. It is a dehumidifier and I have it running 24/7 as of right now. The room is small 10x15 with an 8" foot celling slab floor 3 walls facing exterior of home.

The unit fills once a day. I had not considered getting and A/C unit its an option how ever and I could move the dehumidifier to one of the basements.
I'm familar with that neck of the woods. You probably wouldn't have to run the a/c but 3-5 months of the year and then your indoor heating during colder months would probably take care of humidity. You mentioned moving dehumidifier to basement...I'd seal the basement walls unless they were sealed from the outside during construction. I remember older construction homes where the paint wouldn't stay on the basement concrete walls as too much moisture seeped through.
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ICANHITHIMMAN, I haven't forgotten about you friend dads been out of town running a Job so when he gets back i'll get you some info .

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ICANHITHIMMAN, I haven't forgotten about you friend dads been out of town running a Job so when he gets back i'll get you some info .

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LOL thats cool I'm not in a hurry. I just ripped my celling down last night for drywall working on the walls now. Doing half the room the moving everything to the other side and repeting.
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LOL thats cool I'm not in a hurry. I just ripped my celling down last night for drywall working on the walls now. Doing half the room the moving everything to the other side and repeting.
HAH I just guessed (sort of ) one of the 4 jobs that your doing remodeling ....

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