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Old 05-20-2014, 08:19 PM   #1
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I live in a 2-story condo and recently noticed the tiles in my kitchen and first floor bathroom are very warm. There are no noticeable water leaks what could be the cause?

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Do you have floor radiant heat?

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I live in a 2-story condo and recently noticed the tiles in my kitchen and first floor bathroom are very warm. There are no noticeable water leaks what could be the cause?
Is there a basement?
Are there heat ducts in the floor?
Where is your hot water heater?

Stick your ear in a glass-glass sealed tightly against the side of your head and then firmly press the glass on the lavatory faucet and hold your breath for a few seconds. Do you hear any kind of hiss? Now do the same thing on the floor...do you hear a hiss there?

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Hmm. Maybe Sunlight shining through Windows. Do you run Air Conditioning, or just open windows when home? Where are you located?
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Is there a basement?

Stick your ear in a glass-glass sealed tightly against the side of your head and then firmly press the glass on the lavatory faucet and hold your breath for a few seconds. Do you hear any kind of hiss? Now do the same thing on the floor...do you hear a hiss there?
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