Replace Furnace with humidifer

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robertkjr3d
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Tue Oct 13, 2015 1:14 pm

I just had a contractor saying he's never seen it. I told him I have a friend that I know has one. I haven't heard from him yet. But this contractor told me, that as the water goes from the humidifier into the duct work in the dead of winter it could freeze.

Anyway does anyone know a place near AA, Michigan that does sell mobile-home furnaces with humidifiers, and install them? And that this is possible... I might hear from my friend and what he did as well.

I've checked with our community manager, and he recommended a place, but that place just sells standard furnaces that don't have humidifiers.


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Tue Oct 13, 2015 4:22 pm

The only ones that I have seen are add on units for forced air units.

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Tue Oct 13, 2015 10:03 pm

I only know of add on one's also but it will not freeze because it goes into the duct work with the heated air, that is how it gets to each room. If you would run the humidifier and just the fan then yes I could see where he would think it could freeze if your ducts are not insulated.

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