Condensation occurs when warm, moist air contacts a cooler surface, such as a single-glazed window or a cold wall. When this occurs, water droplets form on the colder surface which, over a short period of time, causes Black Spot Mould to form, further damaging decorations, plaster, furniture and clothing. Warm, moist air is produced from… Read More
Unlike other forms of damp, condensation is seasonal. However, it shouldn’t be underestimated because the damage it can cause is considerable. If your walls are damp or there is Black Spot Mould, misted windows or puddles of water on your window sills then the humidity in your home is far too high and unhealthy. There… Read More
Black spot mould is a fungus that is caused by high humidity, condensation. It is unsightly, damaging and more importantly, unhealthy. Much has been written about that spores given off by the black spot mould, which, if inhaled, can lead to cold-like symptoms, including coughs, sore throats, red and sore eyes, a running nose and migraine. Some… Read More
Yes we can. Our damp surveyors are qualified to the high standards of the PCA (Property Care Association) and will carry out an inspection of the property and measure the temperature and humidity, using an Infrared Thermometer/Hygrometer. Based on these readings, calculations will be made to determine the ‘dew point’ (the level at which humidity… Read More
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