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Unread 01-06-2021, 09:26 AM   #3
MesaTileworks
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Sounds to me like with the fans evacuating the humid air you’re probably fine, but if you wanted to do a test, get a hygrometer and check with humidity level immediately after showering, and then again at 30 minute intervals. That would give you a sense of what you’re dealing with and how much moisture is actually in the air. Ambient humidity can vary a lot, depending on the construction of the house, where you live, and what the season is. (Our house ranges from around 30-40% in the winter, to as much 60-70% in the summer. It’s an old house though, so I would imagine that newer/tighter construction would reduce this variability.)
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