Condensation occurs where moist air comes into contact with air, or a surface, which is at a lower temperature causing damp and mould
What is condensation?
Condensation in building construction is an unwanted phenomenon as it may cause dampness, mold health issues, wood rot, corrosion, weakening of mortar and masonry walls, and energy penalties due to increased heat transfer. To alleviate these issues, the indoor air humidity needs to be lowered, or air ventilation in the building needs to be improved. This can be done in a number of ways, for example opening windows, turning on extractor fans, using dehumidifiers, drying clothes outside and covering pots and pans whilst cooking.
However, our positive input solutions can solve condensation issues without placing limits on your lifestyle choices and without creating water energy situations.
Condensation Control Methods
- Passive ventilation sysytems
- Positive input ventilation systems
- Positive pressure ventilation
- Condensation resistant paints
- Anti-mould products
- Mould removal
- Extractor fans
- Damp proofing
- Interior insulation
Coloured Wall Coating
French Grey wall coating was applied to this propoerty, lifting its appearance whilst ensuring it was appropriate to the neighbourhood
Damp Proof Injection
DPC injection is designed to seep into the mortar in order to prevent moisture from the ground rising up through the bricks
Silicone render was applied to this property to add an extra layer of damp protection. Silicone render is damp proof
Hive Damp Proofing
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Timothy Bridge Road, Stratford-Upon-Avon, CV37 9NP
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