HVAC & Indoor air quality
During the Hurricane Ivan Re-Build (2005-2006), the A/C and Heat systems were changed out in all units. The design of the system included management of humidity in the units with the use of a variable speed blower and thermidistat/humidistat. Dehumidification should be set no higher than 65% and humidification 55%. When humidity in the units exceeds 65%, you will likely have indoor air quality issues. A copy of the original user booklet for the thermidistat that was supplied to each unit owner during Ivan re-build is attached as well as a document received by the Association’s engineer on this matter for your reference.
The management of humidity in SeaSpray’s units is paramount. Over the last few years, many owners have replaced their equipment but have failed to include the extra humidity removal features which have resulted in indoor air quality issues up to and including mold-type growths. If you choose to install a system that does not have the above described components, you should install a separate, centralized de-humidification system in your unit.
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