Just joined, but love home projects-so I know I'll be back alot.
I have a skylight in the bedroom that has just started to develope a slight dripping on particularly sunny mornings. It is pretty clear that it is coming from the low point of the slope and traveling down the drywall. I know that since it is 25 degrees out that condensation is a likely cause, but my quandry is that I also have one in the bathroom right next to the bedroom and have not had this start up in there (even with the shower going).
I have been up top and checked the seams and re-sealed to be safe (these are old plastic bubble types with no flashing, but a 4" flap all the way around and an interior "pane" with an air pocket between) I also caulked all the way around the interior where the "pane" meets the drywall. Thought I had this fixed, but got another wake up call this morning with dripping noise. To make matters worse, the skylight is situated over our bed and worst still over my wife's side of the bed. Needless to say this is not something that can wait for our budget to allow to replace the whole darn thing. Any short term advice to stop the dripping? Thanks.