Damp Condensation

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Rising wall damp

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What causes damp condensation?

Many homes experience problems with condensation related damp in Newport, Gwent and the South Wales region generally, after all we do get our fair share of rain. Condensation is caused by the lack of appropriate ventilation. As we strive to make our homes more energy efficient through home improvement measures such as cavity wall insulation, double glazing and draught proofing, many more homes are put at a high risk of developing the same issues.

We also understand the challenges faced by those responsible for providing solutions to condensation and damp problems, such as private and social housing landlords and property care specialists.

There are many considerations that have to be made when selecting ventilation in order to protect the fabric of the building, the Indoor Air Quality and the well-being of the occupants, including: the method of construction, how the home is heated, existing ventilation measures and the occupants' lifestyles.

What are the signs of condensation?

Condensation and moisture causes mould spores that are dangerous to inhale. Mould spores can grow in just four hours as a result of excess condensation in poorly ventilated rooms. They are easily inhaled and can aggravate eczema and respiratory conditions such as asthma.

Moisture can be a dangerous risk to your home's electrical systems, including sockets and light fittings. Unseen condensation can occur under suspended floors, greatly increasing the risk of fungal decay and rot in floor timbers.

Long-term exposure to condensation and the salts contained within moisture can weaken masonry, including decorative stonework and internal plaster finishes.

 Window Condensation

Improving insulation or increasing the heating in a home, which can be difficult or cost prohibitive, are not the only solution to eliminating condensation and mould. Often, the only intervention measure needed to effectively combat these problems is a properly designed, installed, commissioned and operated ventilation system that has been tailored to suit the home and its occupants.

For the benefit of buildings and the people within them, we ensure improved Indoor Air Quality through our exceptional, innovative product range and, as such, all of our products are compliant with the latest regulations and use advanced technologies to deliver energy-efficient air movement.

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