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Is it possible that a new construction home that sits unheated unoccupied for 6 years could be retaining built up moisture?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 09, 2013 01:09 AM
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I have an air exchanger, no teenagers showering, the house has been vacant since it was built six years ago. Unheated during winters in Minnesota. This is my first winter living there and have moisture build up on the window when RH is 30% inside. Windows are Marvins double pane low e argon.




 

 

I have an air exchanger, no teenagers showering, the house has been vacant since it was built six years ago. Unheated during winters in Minnesota. This is my first winter living there and have moisture build up on the window when RH is 30% inside. Windows are Marvins double pane low e argon.

Jack,

I cannot imagine a scenario that would result in an unoccupied home not drying out over a six-year time frame.

In my opinion, an unoccupied home would dry out quicker than...


 

 

 
 
 

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