After our Heating & Air Conditioning plan in our cabin hit the several year mark a few weeks ago, I started looking at options for new air conditioners. I knew I wanted another common refrigerant driven air conditioner, however was sure to request a plan that is powered by anything however R-22, since it will be off the market absolutely soon. Even with these options, I had the option between a plan much enjoy our previous 1, or a much greater 1. Because the manufacturer of the greater air conditioner was running a promotion on that particular system, the price was only slightly higher than the smaller air conditioner. I thought that this decision was a no brainer. Obviously a greater plan would cool faster & therefore run less, right? My Heating & Air Conditioning business seemed to follow our logic & encouraged me to take the plunge. I have absolutely noticed a severe reduction in cycling times, & the air coming from our vents is noticeably colder. But what I couldn’t put our finger on was why our cabin suddenly started to know more humid than before the installation. This seemed enjoy a blatant contradiction & completely opposing the other results I was getting from the greater unit, so I went out & purchased a weather meter to make sure I wasn’t just imagining things. It turns out that our inclination was right, our humidity inside was much higher than it should be, barely resting below the dew point outside. I instantly called the Heating & Air Conditioning business that sold me the unit & installed it & they acted enjoy they had no idea what was wrong & sent someone out. He barely ran a diagnostic before he gave up & insisted something was wrong with our house. Turns out, if you sell someone an air conditioner too big for their home, it will cycle much quicker to maintain the thermostat setting, leaving little time for your indoor air to pass over the evaporator coil & have the humidity pulled out. I’m still considering our options, however it looks enjoy a central dehumidifier might be our only solid solution.