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NewOwner2 02-08-2011 09:13 AM

Source of Ceiling Leaks Can't Be Identified
 
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Thanks for your responses. I've uploaded some pix that help you see that leaks are mostly in areas where ceiling and wall meet, with the exception of leaking around vent in foyer. No photos of outside are possible at this time.

I don't know what an evaporator tray and an overflow pipe is, but I'll investigate. Can these cause leaking in multiple rooms throughout the house?

Roof was recently sealed and there are no cracked/broken tiles or visible damage to roof (which is why I don't think the roof is the problem).

The AC is on a very low setting most of the time. Bath fan is operable and used, but there are no water marks on bathroom ceilings.

No sign of water or leaks on any walls (drywall), it's only on the ceilings.


NewOwner2 02-08-2011 09:13 AM

Source of Ceiling Leaks Can't Be Identified
 
4 Attachment(s)

Thanks for your responses. I've uploaded some pix that help you see that leaks are mostly in areas where ceiling and wall meet, with the exception of leaking around vent in foyer. No photos of outside are possible at this time.

I don't know what an evaporator tray and an overflow pipe is, but I'll investigate. Can these cause leaking in multiple rooms throughout the house?

Roof was recently sealed and there are no cracked/broken tiles or visible damage to roof (which is why I don't think the roof is the problem).

The AC is on a very low setting most of the time. Bath fan is operable and used, but there are no water marks on bathroom ceilings.

No sign of water or leaks on any walls (drywall), it's only on the ceilings.


NewOwner2 02-08-2011 09:13 AM

Source of Ceiling Leaks Can't Be Identified
 
4 Attachment(s)

Thanks for your responses. I've uploaded some pix that help you see that leaks are mostly in areas where ceiling and wall meet, with the exception of leaking around vent in foyer. No photos of outside are possible at this time.

I don't know what an evaporator tray and an overflow pipe is, but I'll investigate. Can these cause leaking in multiple rooms throughout the house?

Roof was recently sealed and there are no cracked/broken tiles or visible damage to roof (which is why I don't think the roof is the problem).

The AC is on a very low setting most of the time. Bath fan is operable and used, but there are no water marks on bathroom ceilings.

No sign of water or leaks on any walls (drywall), it's only on the ceilings.


NewOwner2 02-08-2011 09:13 AM

Source of Ceiling Leaks Can't Be Identified
 
4 Attachment(s)

Thanks for your responses. I've uploaded some pix that help you see that leaks are mostly in areas where ceiling and wall meet, with the exception of leaking around vent in foyer. No photos of outside are possible at this time.

I don't know what an evaporator tray and an overflow pipe is, but I'll investigate. Can these cause leaking in multiple rooms throughout the house?

Roof was recently sealed and there are no cracked/broken tiles or visible damage to roof (which is why I don't think the roof is the problem).

The AC is on a very low setting most of the time. Bath fan is operable and used, but there are no water marks on bathroom ceilings.

No sign of water or leaks on any walls (drywall), it's only on the ceilings.



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