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Went to my attic yesterday and noticed the north-facing side had condensation running down the nails and the plywood was damp to the touch

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 05, 2016 01:06 AM
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Would like to know how to reduce moisture? This is the first time I noticed this problem. Attic is insulated with one exhaust vent and a separate thermostat controlled fan for the summer. Temperatures in Northern VA that night had been below freezing and it had started to warm up by 11:30 am. Do I need to replace my roof? I have no idea when it was replaced last




 

 

Would like to know how to reduce moisture? This is the first time I noticed this problem. Attic is insulated with one exhaust vent and a separate thermostat controlled fan for the summer. Temperatures in Northern VA that night had been below freezing and it had started to warm up by 11:30 am. Do I need to replace my roof? I have no idea when it was replaced last

Your roof is probably fine - the issue is to much moisture in the attic hitting a place where condensation can form (Dew Point) The first step is to eliminate...


 

 

 
 
 

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