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Old 01-25-2011, 10:46 PM   #1
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I have a tri- level home,with a heated wall up against a un- insulated garage I now have a leak in my living space,it is 5F here today,and tons of snow on the garage roof,I am thinking that it is a ice build up,under the shingles ?
But could this be condensation between the heated wall,and the cold air from outside,causing moisture on my floor sill,which appears to be wet.
Thanks,Phil
Is the wall in the garage covered? You could try putting xps foam in the cavity and sealing the edges.

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