Hi All, I thought the heating season was over, but not quite, yet.
I've got a question, which I don't see addressed anywhere in my site search.
For those of you , who have added an outside combustion air source: I'd like to know, how an "outside combustion air source" influences the indoor humidity? Not to ask, "Does it add humidity to the indoors?", but, "Does the outside air source preclude lowering the normal indoor humidity and prevent the indoors from becoming so dry during the heating season?"
During the heating season, I use about 5 gallons of water a day in the humidifier. If I don't use the humidifier, the indoor humidity drops to ?? 12% .. maybe less.