homecritiquepi Posted May 3, 2010 Report Share Posted May 3, 2010 Hey gang, long time reader, first time posting! I have a pier and beam home customer that is getting excessive moisture in his home in the winter and other times a/c is not helping. He uses a meter to see that there is always more moisture in home than outside and the source is elusive. I inspected it several years ago without any issues found in regards to this: HVAC gas furnace is properly vented, has combustion air ducts and sealed closet, water heater and dryer are in adjacent but not connected garage. Crawl space is uneventful; dry and no signs of water leakage. He has been using a dehumidifier to lower moisture and there will be 20% outdoors, while over 50% indoors, he uses the dehumidifier and pulls it down and then it will climb right back up without using the HVAC at all. SO, what to look for? Thanks in advance! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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