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Question DetailsAsked on 1/11/2018

The ceiling drywall tapes are sagging. No obvious leaking is found. Why does it happen?

Our ceiling drywall tapes started sagging from one week ago. It happened at one place in our living room (vaulted ceiling), and multiple places in our kitchen (has an attic). Our kitchen is open to our living room. We called several roof companies, and they gave us different answers. No obvious leaking was identified. One company think it is roof vent related, since they saw molds at our attic but no discoloring to indicate leaking. They think our roof is expanding due to moisture. They suggest us to change all our roof vents. Another company think it is related to bad nails under the shingles, since they are 3 inches away from the edge instead of 5 inches. They suggest us to install hundreds flash cards under the nails across the roof. We are confused, and don't know what to go with.

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Answer at other post here.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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