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  1. #1
    I have a question about high relative humidity. Will indoor high humidity effect the fiberglass insulation in exterior walls enough to dramatically increase heating costs in winter?

  2. #2
    no

  3. #3
    nope.

  4. #4
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    Not a chance!
    Warning: Just because I am over the head injury doesn't mean I'm normal!

    The day I stop learning.... I'm dead!

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    it depends upon the climite where you live, and the placement of the vapor barrier (if installed). suggest you read info @ BUILDINGSCIENCE.com.

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    It won't effect heating costs to any degree, but it might produce mold!

  7. #7
    Thanks to all for your knowledge......

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