Jun 27, 2017 8:41 pm
I have recently purchased my apartment which has a ventilation issue especially within the built ins. I have a AC with a dehumidifier which I use. Would cutting a hole above the mirrored doors (which is plaster above) and placing a grill/vent make any difference? The walls are made of brick with render.
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