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Posted: 11/25/2003 2:48:12 AM EDT
You guys know, so this is the first place I'm coming with this question:

What is indicated by condensation on the windows when the weather is cold and the furnace is running?

Tanks,
Scott
Link Posted: 11/25/2003 3:29:11 AM EDT
water in your house? overall dampness, leaky roof, wet basement? Freshly cleaned carpet?
Link Posted: 11/25/2003 4:46:39 AM EDT
dryer venting inside ? anytime you have a temp difference on the outside there will be some sort of condensation. Just boiling water on the stove will do it.
Link Posted: 11/25/2003 5:19:12 AM EDT
Either your house needs to breathe or your noodles are done. Get it taken care of soon...black mold is worse!
Link Posted: 11/25/2003 5:36:33 AM EDT
yuk.. black mold is a bad deal. [img]http://www.thefairways.com/images/infect1.jpg[/img] Black Mold --Stachybotrys
Link Posted: 11/25/2003 5:41:26 AM EDT
Well...it happens when we ain't cookin noodles, which is why I asked. The house is a ranch, 990 sq. ft. The attic crawlspace is partially insulated, and the roof has one of those ridge-vents running it's length. I'd a thunk the air flow was ok...house seems kinda drafty to me. Thanks for the input. Any suggestions on how to proceed? Louvered vent in the attic access maybe? Scott
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