Re: Water Coming from my Kitchen Exhaust Fan
mauckland --- you hadn't indicated when you see the drips.
If it's related to use while cooking etc. , then absolutely concur with Mr. Kirk and Sprucey.
Also , if you live in an area of colder winter temps. and you don't have a spring loaded damper on the exhaust line ,then you could have condensation issues from the warm moist inside air simply rising and condensing.
It's also possible if you have snow on the roof it's being melted around the vent hood and leaking back down.
Of course no one else probably has snow unlike around these parts ---- sitting around 30 inches already.
Otherwise, if it's after or during rain -- well that's an issue with the seal at the roof hood.
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