usually occurs when moist air cannot escape from a property. Condensation commonly arises in kitchens, bathrooms, and bedrooms.
The main reason why condensation should be treated/prevented is that without regular ventilation
, you will be exposed to an unhealthy living condition where black mould can grow. If condensation is occurring within your property it may be causing damage to décor, fabric, and furniture.
It is actually extremely difficult to prevent condensation as it is often caused by improvements to buildings. Modern-day home/property improvements such as insulation, draft proofing
, and double glazing are all good things to have, however, they can reduce the ventilation in a property. This allows moisture-laden air to condense on cold surfaces. This is why you can sometimes see water on walls or windows.
In some cases, it can also cause an unsightly smell throughout your property due to the spread of dampness. Get in touch with one of the following teams throughout Scotland and the North of England
now to eradicate the presence of condensation and damp in your property: