Long time lurker, first time poster. Unit: WaterFurnace series 7, 3t , 29102 zip code (hot humid climate), with desuperheater, with 4 zones. Closed vertical loop system with 4 100-125ft wells (driller didn’t want to droll through The aquifer in case any leaks ever happened, tied into a manifold that runs underneath the slab of my house approx 2ft underground, brined with antifreeze. House: New construction, 9 inches open cell spray foam gable and roof deck, 3.5 inches closed cell spray foam in exterior walls, except behind the tub/shower combo and a garden tub in the master, where they put the pink stuff . I kept a close eye on the contractor//construction, and built this house for efficiency. 2950 sq ft, manual J Called for 2.28 tons, but series 7 smallest is a 3T, thius my sizing (variable speed mAkes it irrelevant anyway) System is sized for cooling (as per my climate) with no AUX heat at all. I got a certified WaterFurnace dealer that installs many systems to install my unit, (from over an hour away) since the closest installers were morons and boasted of having Installed ONE in the past year, insisting on a open loop system, which I specifically said I didn’t want, then them berating me for losing efficiency with closed loop even though my water quality would have made the system suffer /rant over The WaterFurnace Dealer seemed knowledgeable, through, and (most) of his workers were excellent to work with. 52k for the whole system/loops/ductwork and everything installed (which I thought was high, but no way in hell I was getting the morons to do it) 1. This morning our unit was on and using aurora I saw loop temp at 62, this evening loop temp is at 75.1. Pics to confirm. From lurking this forum I’m assuming this isn’t normal. Bad sensor? Loop field plumbed wrong? Pipes to manifold not deep enough and not enough flow? 2. I read in another post docjensen said series 7 needed a variable speed loop pump. They only installed a single speed loop pump. I’m assuming their is no harm but to my efficiency, but just checking. 3. The unit always comes on in h-6, then ramps itself down. Is this normal? I would figure it would come on in h-1 and ramp itself up. 4. Dehumidification and tight house. While this isn’t exactly the forum for this, what is the upper limit of humidity a house should have before we get problems in the wall cavity? I’ve noticed condensation in the windows on cop mornings. Series 7 does not support dehumidification in heating mode, except with an advanced Honeywell thermostat that runs heating and cooling mode simultaneously (something like that) to dehumidify the house. My humidity has been running in the high 60’s to as high as 75%. I have taken to running the fart fan in the bathroom during showers to expel some of the steam, was wondering what else I might do to decrease the humidity in my house. Current humidity outside pic for reference. Sorry for the essay, I tried to give all relevant information to achieve the best answer to my queries. Thanks in advance for the help/advice.