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Question:


We had extensive river flooding which submerged our three year old, Finnish cabin for about one day. During construction, we placed small crosses of foam insulation at the corners between each tier. We also placed a thin strip of insulation running the length of the log between each tier. We have removed every other part of insulation. Can we avoid a major mold problem without tearing our entire structure apart?

Answer:

Keep it a dry a possible for a year and make sure there is no water splash from the roof.

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