Missing Insulation Feeds Mold - Warm air seeks gaps in the insulation, and when it hits colder surfaces as it flows out of or into the house, water condenses—which then feeds mold. These spots often occur on outside walls near floors or windows, at corners and around outlets and lights. If the mold disappears after cleaning it and lowering indoor humidity with a dehumidifier or vent fan, just keep an eye on it. If it recurs, open the wall and fix the problem.
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Building Profile: Mixed-Humid Climate: Louisville — Building Science Information We used this model to build an energy conscience house in Jessamine County.