I have a Three-year-old semi that has had no water problems that I
have know about,
But I have come across water on an out side wall of my basement that
is above ground. I am talking about the whole wall. About the length
of my house. 50'
I was pulling some insulation out to do some electrical when I noticed
a wet spot.
When I pulled the insulation back it was stuck to the wall wet and in
some spots there was frost. How is this possible and what should I
I have called the town and they are coming over to look at it, but I
like to get more than one opinion on any building issues.
Thanks for your time Daniel (Kingsville ON.)
Sounds likely to be a condensation problem. As michael, said, you
need to provide more details. What is the wall made of? concrete
with a wall framed in front of it? Plywood and studs? How were you
able to pull insulation out--is it drywalled?
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