The exhaust fan in my bathroom drips onto the bathroom floor constantly during the winter. I have had a new roof turban installed where it vents thinking it would solve the problem by allowing the condensation to vent up through the roof, but it continues to drip down through the exhaust fan and into my bathroom. It drips whether the fan is running or not running. It’s very annoying as the fan is located in the ceiling in front of my sink and I can’t stand there without getting water dripped down my back, not to mention the mess it makes on the floor and my rugs.
Answer by matthews g
try insulating the pipe that vents to the roof to stop condinsation
also try to see if thair is a flap that opens when you turn the fan on and should close after its shut off blocking any warm air from getting to the pipes wile not in use.