Hello, I looked through the posts but can't find a definate answer to this question and would appreciate some help.
I just remodeled (this summer) an older mobile home...
Sealed the roof outside so it has no leaks anywhere (tested during several inches of rain in Dec.)
I wasn't able to finish the inside before winter hit, but put plastic vapor barrier then insulation (R-19). but no actual ceiling. However my cat needed a place to stay for winter (can't stay where I am
) so I got the natural gas heat to work for her.
Within 2 days the condensation built up and starting dripping through the insulation..
So I put in 7/16" OSB for a temp ceiling throughout the entire home
That didn't help at all...
When the temp outside is below freezing no drips, but when it rises above freezing the water flows like somebody turned on a facuet.
What can I do to stop this? My kitty is getting wet
There are no actual roof vents.
Should I install a couple of vents or what?
Would a de-humidifier work?
The insulation is getting ruined and now so is the OSB