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Leak or Condensation? How to Identify Mysterious Moisture| Ep. 58: On this Week's Podcast: Mysterious Moisture   When there is moisture where it shouldn’t be in a home, mold and mildew quickly follow.   Homeowner Wade says he's confused about why moisture is showing up on his new roof. He says he always notices the...

Leak or Condensation? How to Identify Mysterious Moisture| Ep. 58: On this Week's Podcast: Mysterious Moisture When there is moisture where it shouldn’t be in a home, mold and mildew quickly follow. Homeowner Wade says he's confused about why moisture is showing up on his new roof. He says he always notices the...

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Leak or Condensation? How to Identify Mysterious Moisture| Ep. 58: On this Week's Podcast: Mysterious Moisture When there is moisture where it shouldn’t be in a home, mold and mildew quickly follow. Homeowner Wade says he's confused about why moisture is showing up on his new roof. He says he always notices the...

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27 minutes
Released:
Feb 28, 2020
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Podcast Episode

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On this Week's Podcast: Mysterious Moisture When there is moisture where it shouldn’t be in a home, mold and mildew quickly follow. Homeowner Wade says he's confused about why moisture is showing up on his new roof. He says he always notices the water during warm weather. Wade had the roof addition built with an ice and water shield added underneath and he still notices moisture around the soffit area. Also in this week’s podcast: • A contractor gives potentially dangerous advice to a homeowner looking to remodel his bathroom. This is why you should always feel comfortable questioning a contractor. • Need new flooring? We give you some reasons why bamboo's sustainability and style rivals hardwood and vinyl. • Joe has a Simple Solution that deals with a diverter valve on a  tub faucet. If it seems stuck, this will fix the problem. Question of the Week Ray writes, “I have a three-bedroom one-level home.  I want to put fire alarms in each room. Bedrooms, den, living room, kitchen, and dining room. Where should I place the fire detectors in these rooms? They are fire-and gas detectors.”  
Released:
Feb 28, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode