Geothermal & in-floor heat

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Brucerx

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My geo system is forced air, except for basement. It has an in-floor system which prior to to geo install, was heated off boiler. I have the ability to switch back to this if I choose to. In summer I would like to keep a small amount of heat going through this to keep floor from feeling damp. Would it make sense to do this, since the boiler would be making domestic hot water anyway. The geo would then be exclusively AC.
 

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Any heat into the slab will have to be offset by the ac. Dehumidifier would help with the damp feeling. The dehumidifier that box stores carry are rated at 95% rh at 80° a rated dehumidifier A.H.A.M. is rated at 60% at 80°. Any dehumidifier as room temp goes down capacity falls off. High rh goes to low rh.
 
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