Finding condensation in your home is a common issue for many homeowners across the UK and yet it is relatively simple to solve the problem and prevent it from coming back.
When moisture in the air comes into contact with a colder surface, like a wall or window, the warm air is unable to hold the same amount of moisture and the water is released onto the colder surface, creating tiny droplets of water to appear, which is more commonly referred to as condensation.
Condensation can also appear in areas where the air movement is restricted, such as behind bedroom furniture and inside wardrobes which can start to create a musty smell and lead to mould growth on clothes, furniture and walls. Whether it is a period home, new property or a bungalow, the problems associated with condensation affects all of us.
Black Mould Problems
Houses are becoming more airtight as we try to make our homes more energy efficient. Without a good source of fresh air in your home, condensation and mould problems start to arise which can cause problems to your health and home.
There is nothing more frustrating than spending time, money and effort keeping your home in perfect condition only to be rewarded by the appearance of mould. Unfortunately, mould can appear in any room of t