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01/20/2017

Does anyone have experience with humidity controlled buildings?

Granny's Self Storage/ EZ Store-N-Lock - Tex Teixeira

Does anyone have experience with humidity controlled buildings. I'm considering building some and wonder if I should take the next step and go all the way to climate. How hot will humidity controlled buildings get in summer? Any recommendations on humidity control equipment manufacturers? Thank you


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Eddie Stallings on Friday 01/27/2017 at 09:49AM wrote:

Tex , unfortunately I don't have any answers but I am considering doing the same thing you're talking about so I do have the same questions. If I garner any information I will pass along to you and would appreciate the same in return.

Tex Teixeira on Friday 01/27/2017 at 02:39PM wrote:

Thanks Eddie. I'll do it.

John Gurley on Thursday 02/09/2017 at 03:51PM wrote:

We control temp & humidity in our climate controlled buildings. Please feel free to call me. My cell number is 252-578-1426.

Doug Pierce on Friday 02/17/2017 at 01:38PM wrote:

Hi Tex,
You're better off going with climate controlled spaces, with humidity control as an added option. Some new HVAC units offer the added humidity control feature. Climate alone does minimize the humidity, but does not keep an environment dry enough to keep mildew/mold growth a possibility. True humidity controlled units do NOT do anything to help the temperature in the spaces. if it is hot outside, it will be hot inside, same with the cold. Most people don't understand the difference, and it's hard to sell, compared to climate. I have experience with both. Climate is the way to go, especially if you can add the humidity control feature.

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