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Old 01-31-2013, 08:28 PM   #16
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Bathroom Vent


To answer the question of which is worse- it's really six of one half dozen of another. If you have long showers and a dark bathroom without a lot of Air movement you could get some mold going. You could get the same thing in the attic, but if you are in an area with freezing temperatures then the moisture in the attic could freeze to the roof sheathing and over time warp and compromise sections of the roof. Will it happen overnight? Probably not. But neither will the mold in the bathroom...


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