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Hello. I have a 1000 sq ft steam heated ranch house that was built in 1952 in Massachusetts. The heating system is a one-pipe steam radiator system with a boiler that is approximately 10 years old (Burnham Independence Gas-Fired Boiler). In 2010, we had our house insulated with blown in cellulose and soon after we noticed that the 20+ year old replacement windows would get extremely wet on the inside and mold was growing on the window sills. We have replaced all but two of the windows with new replacement ones in 2012 and thought that would solve the problem. Unfortunately, it hasn't.
This winter, we've noticed that the humidity is very high and we are wondering if the house is now "too tight" preventing moisture from esaping. I am running a dehumidifer that we normally run in the basement during the summer and seems to taking some of the moisture away, however it doesn;t run all the time and I really don;t want it to.
Any suggestions/diagnoses is appreciated. Thanks!
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