Hi! We recently purchased a 1950s house in rural Colorado. The house is cinder block construction with no insulation. It is plastered on the inside and stuccoed on the outside. This is our first winter in the home and it's real cold. On the north facing interior corners of the home, there is a moisture problem that forms when it's really cold. See attached picture.
There are no exterior cracks and no leaks that I have found. I have to imagine it's just cold and moisture coming in from outside.
My wife and I are considering insulating the outside with insofast or a similar product and re-stuccoing the exterior. Do you think this will solve the moiature issues (on top of just keeping the place warm)?
Edit: I can't get the image to upload...