mould

Condensation problem

A wardrobe was moved by this homeowner to allow decoration. Substantial mould growth caused by condensation to the wall surface was found to be dry, however, during the coming winter months this wall surface would be soaking wet if the problem is not addressed. Specific advice was provided to deal with this issue.

Mould often occurs because of condensation. It usually appears  on the inside surfaces of external walls, in corners and in poorly ventilated spaces, such as behind cupboards and wardrobes. The control of condensation requires a combination of sufficient heating, ventilation and insulation. We are able to advise on measures to mitigate condensation depending on the severity of the issue, building construction and provision for ventilation.

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