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Condensation Dampness

Condensation Dampness

Condensation dampness is more common than you may think. According to a YouGov study, 41% of renters have experienced mould in their homes.

What Causes Condensation?

Everyday activities such as bathing, cooking, washing, and drying clothes inside increases the levels of moisture in the air. Condensation occurs when excess moisture in the air travels to the coldest parts of the home, which is most commonly the windows of the house, thus the first signs of condensation are streaming windows.

These warm, humid environments inside our homes are the ideal conditions for mould spores, already in the air, to germinate and grow, damaging your walls, furniture and clothes, and contributing to health problems.

Indoor Air Quality

The importance of indoor air quality for landlords shouldn't be underestimated. Pollutants are caused by burning fuel, cooking on gas, using gas central heating, as well as from cleaning, DIY, and beauty products.

These activities produce a range of chemicals and gases that enter the air and can damage your health long-term. External pollutants - such as traffic fumes, pollen, and naturally occurring Radon gas - can enter the home through open doors and windows, trickle vents, and airbricks too, resulting in poor indoor air quality.

Indoor Air Quality
Positive Input Ventilation - Drimaster-Eco Heat


We have the Solution

We can help provide adequate ventilation for your home. We will help cut condensation and rid your home of pollutants, creating a fresh and healthy indoor environment as well as offering energy efficient solutions.
Nuaire’s Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) is the UK's most popular method of low-energy, whole home ventilation.

The Drimaster- Eco range of PIV units brings a continuous supply of fresh, filtered air into the home through positive pressurisation, creating an environment in which condensation and mould can't exist and helping to reduce allergens and Radon gas levels. 

Meanwhile, our Cyfan Extract Ventilation is designed to remove moisture from individual wet areas within the home. These individual fans are discrete and quick to install, and can also be used to enhance the performance of our Positive input ventilation system.

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