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It looks like it has been there since the dry wall was mudded and not something new. I would not expect water damage to look like that. I don't know what is the reason for the wall flex or if it is excessive. More than likely it was either a poor fit of the dry wall during installation or these are newer windows that were narrower than the originals. I ...


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If the water damage on your ceiling were extensive I would suggest cutting the ceiling open because you'd probably have to replace some of it anyway - but it looks minor. With the shower directly above this spot that's the likely culprit. However, water does strange things and can travel some distance before the leak seeps through the drywall. You may or may ...


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That's an odd place for caulking to be applied. Chances are very good that you have a leak above this that is dripping water down onto the drywall and softening it.


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My last home had a wall that lady bugs loved tens of thousands, if you have any cracks around your windows. Fireplace , trim around doors these cute bugs can become a major pest when they find there way into the house. We calked everything prior to changing the exterior color we stopped them from coming in except when the doors opened, reducing the ...


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In these photos, it looks as through there is a foam backing strip -- this was probably put in to form a seal a long time ago, when the gap was smaller. If this is the case, you might want to get another foam strip and put it in the gap to seal it. Also in the second picture, it looks like there is an old caulk joint at the bottom of the image, which has ...


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