Dealing with inside humidity that is creating damage to a flat roof
I have a TPO membrane-based flat roof on a 3 story above ground townhouse. My roof shows signs of deterioration that has been attributed to condensation from high interior home humidity meeting the cold air and therefore causing damage from underneath vs. damage to the membrane. There are signs of interior damage to walls or condensation/moisture issues. Since I have not been given a definitive source of the humidity I am wondering why this would occur, how I can find out the root cause of the problem, and what is the right way to fix it. Thanks for any insights.
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