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Moisture in House response for Bob Wicks from "new" bbs.

Posted by Mickey on December 11th, 1998 03:16 PM

Posted here because the new bbs fails to properlyconfigure my passwords and user id.
Maybe your room is too well insulated. Do you have a shower or bath connected to the room? Whether or not, it could be that the room is so well insulated that the moisture in the room needs to escape somewhere ,and collects there where there isn't any insulation in the wall/ceiling area. If so and you have insulation in those walls, that too maybe wet, and ther's nothing worse than wet insulation-it's useless and causes many problems. If the above scenerio is true, you will need soffit vents to circulate the air above and to aid in the moisture escaping the home as it used to before your improvements.

Hope I helped.

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