How Do I Stop My Bathroom Walls From Sweating?

the bathroom sills are sweating – what can i do?

Suggested Solutions (3) What’s this ? ) Drying the wall will not help. You probably have a mold problem that has to be corrected before you can control the dampness on the walls. It is extremely important to drywall all surfaces in your house completely, including behind plumbing pipes and electrical outlets. Why? Because moisture loves to hide in these locations just waiting for an opportunity to come back out again when you least expect it! The best way I know of controlling condensation inside your home is by using dehumidifiers with fresh air intake vents located in places where there is no airflow entering or exiting your home; e.g., ductwork, crawlspaces, attics, garages etc… This allows constant drying of all surfaces within reach of the dehumidifier exhaust vent fans/motor housings which results in lower humidity levels during times when most people are not at home; e.g., morning hours while sleeping or weekends while away from work or chores….(more) What’s this ? ) Drying the wall will not help. You probably have a mold problem that has to be corrected before you can control the dampness on the walls. It is extremely important to drywall all surfaces in your house completely, including behind plumbing pipes and electrical outlets.. A good rule-of-thumb is about two inches between floor joists and studs per 100 sq

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