I have a problem with a toilet tank sweating because of weather transients. We usually have winter and spring days (central MS) that are abnormally warm and humid, and the water supply is quite cold, resulting in puddles of condensate under the tank. I was once told that there are thermostated hot/cold water mixers that will warm the tank supply. Anyone familiar with these?
A note of self intro – I am retired, a bit over sixty, fixed income, wife as a helper. I have had a fair amount of home building experience (summer jobs in college) and refurbishing through the years. I am redoing a 3/1 that was built in 1954 in the style of a summer home – lots of windows, minimal insulation. I have finished totally rebuilding the bath from floor joist up in sections so that it was in service the entire time. Never again!