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Bad consendation on air ducts
My air ducts have a lot of condensation on them, to the point of leaking out into the finished downstairs basement (and ruining the dry wall). The HVAC guy checked the condenser line (cleaned it) and lowered the speed no the fan. I also have a "portable" dehumidifier in the utility room with the air conditioner (ie. where the air intake is).
He says that is about all he can do unless I want an whole house dehumidifier. He will, of course, gladly sell and install it for a "reasonable" price. He's definition of "reasonable" is different than mine.
Do I have any other options? My friend said I could try insulating the ducts themselves, but could make problems worse if moisture gets between the duct and insulation.