Radon Shouldn't Be Ignored
Worried about radon gas levels in your home? Read on to find out some of the simple ways you can reduce your radon exposure.
May 16, 2016
Dan Bourke looks at the recent findings of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Healthy Homes which focused on the impact on our nation’s health and economy as a result of people living and working in unhealthy buildings.
Mar 01, 2019
Damp and mould can be harmful to your health and for students living in privately rented accommodation, they can find themselves readily exposed to it. It’s important to check your accommodation for damp and mould and to understand the implications it can have for your health and well-being. It’s also important to understand the steps you can take to prevent and to remedy damp and mould in your student accommodation.
Oct 10, 2016
Air pollution is a major problem throughout the UK and beyond, causing harm, and even death, to thousands of people each year. But, Clean Air Day, which this year takes place on 21 June, aims to raise awareness of the problem as well as encouraging people to take simple steps to reduce the pollution they create.
Jun 18, 2018
As winter approaches and the temperature outside plummets, condensation and damp become increasingly common problems in our homes. Condensation around windows is caused by excessive moisture in the house, and it often occurs in the winter when the warm air inside the house condenses on the cold windows. Knowing which type of damp problem you have, and the solutions available to tackle it, can stamp it out for good. Fortunately, there are lots of things you can do to banish condensation and damp from your home this winter.
Oct 31, 2018
The most common causes of mould and mildew are high humidity, condensation and water leaks (which are often hidden). Mould is a common household problem. It can be caused by poor ventilation, leaks and excess moisture in the air, which causes condensation. Every day activities such as bathing, cleaning, cooking and even fish tanks and indoor plants can cause dampness in the air, leading to condensation and eventually mould.
Nov 14, 2016
Black mould has long been the curse of homeowners, appearing not just in bathrooms, but in bedrooms, behind furniture, around windows and even on floors and clothes. Far from just being an aesthetic problem, studies have shown that mould is bad for your health. So can natural cleaners like baking soda actually remove black mould?
Feb 05, 2016
When weighing up the correct ventilation systems for your home, you might wish to consider the advantage of a positive input ventilation system. This can help to circulate air around your home, helping to prevent problems such as damp, mould, and condensation, while also providing fresh air and scattering the build-up of pollutants.
Feb 21, 2019
© EnviroVent Ltd 2019. All right reserved. Part of S&P Group.