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Old 02-04-2009, 10:56 AM   #1
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damp loft


Any advice is much appreciated.
i have recently moved into a new build home, we went to get suitcases down from the loft and they were all mouldy and damp, there are loads of air vents through out the roof and it's quite windy up there some days. the site agent says it's normal to have this in a loft, is he correct ????
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shouldnt have mold in the attic is there by any chance a bathroom venting into the attic?


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