Water in skylight
So what's next? DW and I noticed a small bubble in the vinyl ceiling near the shower area. I had recently checked all the roof stuff and had redone some of the Dicor around the skylight..... it looked good overall otherwise.
So I decided to drop the inner skylight liner and wow, it was wet. The wooden framework is water stained black and there was some mold. We cleaned up the wood with bleach and now need to solve this issue.
What appears to be happening is not a leak from the roof but trapped condensation between the two panels. Has anyone discovered this issue and, if so, what did you do? I am considering the following options:
1. Once the space is dry and I ensure I do not have a leak from above, fill the space with foil-covered foam insulation and replace the inner liner with a decorative panel. We don't really need the dang skylight.... there is a light in the shower.
2. Expand on option 1 by removing the outer skylight and put a piece of fiberglass over the opening.
3. Drill a couple of holes in the inner liner, replace it and see if that lets the condensation drain out.
If I was at home I could address the issue effectively. Actually, a roof vent would be a better thing to have there. I just need to do something that will get me through the next 3 months of travel.
As always, ideas and suggestions are appreciated.
'07 Country Coach Allure 470 Siskiyou Summit #31578, Cummins ISL 425; 2014 Ford F150 toad; Air Force One Toad Brake.
Glen Allen, VA; Smith Mountain Lake, VA.