Is your property lacking sufficient ventilation? This could probably give rise to condensation problems from which you, your family and the building could be under serious concerns.

Condensation dampness in a building usually occurs when warm air comes into contact with a cold surface. The air is cooled below its saturation point causing its excess water vapour to change into liquid water. Moist air can come from cooking, bathing, washing and drying clothes as – up to 17 litres of water can be produced daily in some homes . In certain areas such as bathrooms and kitchens the moist, warm air can spread to cooler parts of the house to condense on cold surfaces. Condensation happens in almost every property around world and almost certainly the most common form of dampness found in our buildings. Thankfully, there are various condensation treatments that can deal with the problem no matter how severe it gets

Please feel free to contact us to discuss possible options for taking care of your condensation issues.