Signs of Water Trouble To the Editor: As a home inspector, I enjoyed the article by Bill Eich ("Water Problems & Your Building's Health," JLC, 8/89). Water and moisture problems are one of the most common problems we find. Most times they are easy to correct. Often the problem is that the ground is not properly graded around the foundation. Any pockets of water will possibly enter the cellar. Another problem we find is the lack of weep holes in the frame of storm windows. The rain cannot drain out, and after a period of time the putty will crack and trim will start to rot. Also, as Mr. Eich mentions, there are non-vented exhaust fans. These should always