Mold Inside Where The Window Meets The Drywall.. Obvious Crack/leak Somewhere In Window.. How Do I Repair?

2011-06-16 at 05:30 am Peter

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Well, our home is only 3 years old and their is a window in our home where the bottom right side has mold appearing it’s about half an inch where the window meets the drywall (the mold is where the drywall is)
How do I go about repairing? Do I need to somehow be able to pull the window out to fins where it’s leaking or even replace the window or is it as simple as putting some kind of sealant or something down? This is a brand new home so this is my first time needing to repair anything.. who would I call to fix it if I cannot tackle it? Or would I need a contractor or what?

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