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Condensation in my house.
I have an older home in Central British Columbia. It has a mudroom/storage room built onto it that is not heated or insulated. In the five years we've owned it we've had issues with water dripping from the ceiling in the mudroom, but not in the house. The amount of water varies, and this most recent spate of dripping has been rather bad.
At first I thought it was a roof leak but cannot find any evidence of one. Last night, out of exasperation and a hope that I could at least dry the floor I put a space heater in the mudroom. This morning there was no water dripping from the ceiling, leading me to believe that the problem is condensation, not a roof leak. This hypothesis is supported by the wild swing in temperature we've had lately (-25C to 3C), which would increase humidity and condensation as a result.
I plan on buying a dehumidifier this weekend, but what are the long-term fixes to this problem? I realize that I'll likely need to get a contractor in on this, but would like to know if any of you have had experience with this.
TL;DR: Fucking water is pooling on the ceiling in my mudroom?