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During the colder autumnal and winter months (October – April) condensation becomes a more prominent and problematic occurrence.
Many of us know what causes mould; when moisture is trapped in the rooms of you home.
How to deal with Mould
How to deal with Mould
Mould doesn’t just ruin the aesthetics of your home but may also harm your health. To get rid of mould, the first step is to deal with the root cause of the mould.
House dust mites, which thrive in areas of poor ventilation, warm temperatures and high humidity, can trigger asthma. Fungi spores and mould are also more likely to form on damp surfaces, and can be allergenic.
How to prevent Condensation and Mould Growth in your home -
What is rising damp?
What is rising damp?
Rising damp is often misdiagnosed in buildings where damp has entered the property through an unknown source
If you notice any slates or tiles on the ground after a period of particularly windy weather, or can see daylight inside your loft it’s likely that your roof is in need of repair.
When conducting a damp diagnosis, surveyors will usually use an electronic moisture meter to measure the amount of moisture present in materials throughout a building.
So you have some damage around the house and are debating whether you should call up your inner handyman or rather rely on the services of a professional. Call Prokil Brighton on 01273 258111 for expert guidance and assistance.
Are you having problems with dampness in your home?
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