Air can hold moisture – the warmer the air, the most moisture it can hold. If moist air is cooled by contact with cold surfaces, such as walls, windows or mirrors, the moisture condenses into water droplets (known as condensation). Mould occurs because of condensation and it can be a serious threat to the occupiers’ health.
It appears as pinpoint black spots, usually on the side surfaces of external walls, in corners and in poorly ventilated spaces, such as behind cupboards and wardrobes. Our fully qualified PCA (CSRT & CSSW) surveyors will will discuss your condensation problem with you & provide you with a quote and recommendations to remedy the problem, as well as a set of lifestyle daily habits that can contribute to creating condensation.
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