Rated 3 out of 5 by Carmiaca Humidity not adjustable
The assumption is made from the control panel that, if you want to heat, you want to humidify and you can't adjust the humidity setting by itself. So, since our home is partially underground (like a walkout basement), in order to get the humidity down, we have to cool to about 60 degrees. Unless we do, it stays at 67% humidity. We don't really need air conditioning, just dehumidifying, which it won't do alone. And if I need just a little warmth, it pumps out humid air to about 72% humidity, which we really don't want either. If I had known its limitations, I would not have wasted my money on it.
August 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chad Saves us money and makes us more comfortable.
The humidity level in our home is very well regulated. By installing the Humiditrol with the XP21 2-stage heat pump and SLP98 furnace, we are much more comfortable at a higher temperature in the summer, which saves us energy dollars.
October 4, 2012