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condensation in crawlspace

Posted by tom f on October 29th, 2002 06:07 PM
In reply to Hmmmm ... by Jay J on July 9th, 1999 10:30 AM [Go to top of thread]

I have a condensation problem in my crawl space.The whole house in on crawlspace,the original part of the house is on stone foundation,a addition was put on (about 200 sq ft) is on cinder block foundation.Last fall I insulated the entire flooring above the crawl space.The floor of the crawl space was cemented over.I had plumbing work done and when i went under the crawl space was damp,I removed and tried to find where the condesation was coming from,I think it is coming from the stone foundation.The cold water pipes running in crawl space have been insulated. I have a propane gas line that is always wet,not sure if that can be insulated.I don't think it is a drainage problem since there is no puddling.I am worried about mold,termites ...etc. and the beams getting weaker.any suggestions would be appreciated... no vents at all...1100 sq ft I live in New york....

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