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Humidifier for two-pipe steam house with attic A/C?
I have a Hoffman vapor vacuum two-pipe steam system with traditional radiators. The heating is actually running quite well in part thanks to these forums and the info gained from them. I have air conditioning in the unconditioned attic (insulated flexible ducting) with a majority of the balance going to the warmer-in-summer second floor.
I'd like to find a way to add on whole-house humidification as the dry air and static create some nuisance-level comfort issues.
Is it possible, or wise, or widely recommended to add a furnace-plenum style humidifier to an attic A/C system? The unit does have a drain pan and drain pump for AC condensation.
I know the larger picture solution would have me doing a lot more draft-stopping and air tightness to keep the cold dry air outside where it belongs. But am I missing a better/easier solution for the time being?