Unfortunately, I am not very handy. J do have many family members hat are and would do this for me. But, I realized something: I had counted my room out for the possible location in the beginning due to humidity concerns. But, I realized these concerns could be easily fixed! I had mold growing in my windows when I had a (very bad, I might add) warm mist humidifier. This was due to leaving the humidifier on and my room became extremely hot and hit 100% humidity. At a stable 65-80% the windows would not really have a chance to mold very well. The only problem with my room
is this: the temp. I am like a Nepenthes, I love it could and humid as I sleep. During the winter, I can put a fan in my window at night for a short time to chill my room a bit, and then during the day keep my windows shut so it is warm. In the fall, the Air conditioner should still be in the window since we still do have some hot days. In the summer, I can leave the AC to a comfortable daily mid-70s then drop it down to mid to low 60s at night. I usually do this anyway when I sleep. In the Spring it will be cool enough outside to just use that.
So, here's my problem. While I can maintain temp/humidity year round, it seems thy may conflict! If the AC was on during the summer, only medium humidity air would be coming in from the outside and the humidifier might need to be jacked up to maintain proper humidity. Same with the winter. I think it would probably be fine, sure, I might have to turn up the humidifier a little to counteract the air coming in, but, fresh oxygen should be good for the plants, as well as the air circulation, which would help with the mold problem.
What are your thoughts on this small temp/humidity conflict? Will it work out and isn't that big of an issue or might it be a dealbreaker?
Thank you in advance! I've appreciated all the help.