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Our modern homes have become increasingly energy conscious. In order to save energy we have blocked our chimneys, added wall and loft insulation, draft proofed, double glazed and turned our homes into a sealed box.

An average family home creates 16 pints of moisture a day, from general every day activities.

But where does all this moisture go? Without correct ventilation in a modern home, our homes will have a higher humidity and the moisture which is unable to escape creates condensation leading to damp, mould and overall poor indoor air quality.

If you suffer from condensation, damp or mould issues and want a permanent ventilation solution contact us today and arrange a free home survey.

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Mould

Mould

1 in 5 UK homes suffer from mould and condensation problems. Unless the problem is dealt with professionally it will come back to haunt you time and time again.

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Condensation

Condensation

If condensation occurs over a prolonged period of time, other signs will start to appear such as damp patches on walls, peeling wallpaper and ultimately black mould growth.

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Damp

Damp

Damp can form quickly so it's important to be aware of any signs of damp. Such signs of damp could be; a musty smell, walls feeling damp or cold, discoloured patches, etc.

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Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality

There are as many as 900 toxins polluting the air inside our homes, so it is important to ensure you take measures to improve the indoor air quality.

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Find Your Permanent Condensation & Mould Solution Today

One of our local experts will contact you to learn more about your problems, offer free expert advice and make recommendations for a permanent solution.

During the free survey we will

  • check Assess any condensation, damp or mould problems in your property
  • check Take readings of the relative humidity levels
  • check Identify any underlying problems and make recommendations for a permanent solution

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Our Top 14 Ways To Reduce Condensation In Your Home

Condensation in your home can be a cause of damp and lead to unsightly black mould.  Aside from the risk to the fabric of your home, damp and mould from condensation can also lead to health problems including triggering allergies and making asthma worse.

To reduce the problem of condensation in your home, you need to reduce the amount of moisture in the air.  There are several easy steps that you can take to do this, including: drying your clothes outdoors, closing doors, wiping down wet surfaces, etc.

What is the connection between temperature and relative humidity?

During winter, as the temperature drops, we begin to see an increase in condensation, damp and mould... but why?

Through everyday activities we force moisture into the air, which also increases the air temperature. The warm, moist air is attracted to cold spots where it will condense, which can lead to damp and mould.

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Find Your Permanent Condensation & Mould Solution Today

One of our local experts will contact you to learn more about your problems, offer free expert advice and make recommendations for a permanent solution.

During the free survey we will

  • check Assess any condensation, damp or mould problems in your property
  • check Take readings of the relative humidity levels
  • check Identify any underlying problems and make recommendations for a permanent solution

Arrange your FREE Home Survey Now