We recently bought a house that's on a well. The water coming from the well is very cold. The past few weeks have been very humid and we've been noticing a lot of condensation.
In the basement and under our kitchen sink it actually gets so bad it drips from the pipes. Would adding some kind of insulation help?
If we use the toilet a couple times in a row, it will get so cold that water will condense on the entire surface of the bowl and tank, drip, and pool in the bathroom. I can't imagine how to help that besides leaving a towell on the floor. It's an old toilet, any chance newer ones would insulate better? Any suggestions?
Is this just something I shouldn't worry about?
"It's not the heat, it's the humidity"