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Posted by John Fasoldt on 5:49:12 5/23/2008 from 24.0.128.169:

In reply to: Yikes! Trap them inside? No thanks! posted by Kristine on 23:27:04 5/22/2008 from 205.206.24.77:

Probably the combo treatment. And ACTIVE ventilation, year 'round, if possible. Moisture builds up, over time, and it takes awhile for everything to acclimate either way. The best way to do that is often impossible - leaving windows open and air free to circulate throughout. Although there may be some way to secure the windows in an open position without endangering the security. Maybe the upstairs windows, perhaps, just an inch or two? Do you empty your water lines for the winter? I would look for a way to do that, if you can. I leave the windows of my RV open all winter, but of course it is on my property and there's very little danger of anybody entering without me knowing it.

---John



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