Posts tagged “Mould”

Damp in your home can be a homeowners worst nightmare. Damp not only causes unsightly stains and unpleasant odours. It can also cause severe damage to the structure of the property and have serious health hazards for occupants. 
 
Recognising the signs of damp early on is crucial for preventing further problems and ensuring a healthy living environment. There are several different ways to spot damp in your home. In this blog post, we’ll explore four common signs of damp, providing practical solutions for fixing them. 
Dealing with damp is a significant concern for homeowners that requires careful consideration and effective solutions. Damp can infiltrate the foundation of your building, begin to disintegrate and grow mould. This is especially common among older houses that may never have received any damp-proofing. This is also prevalent in newer homes that had initial damp proofing installed but haven’t had any updates or recent service checks. However, there are solutions that exist to help homeowners deal with damp. 
Mould isn’t just unpleasant and unwelcome, it’s dangerous. Some household moulds release dangerous toxins into the air that cause allergic reactions and even lead to long-term health problems. Furthermore, if left unchecked, it will cause damage to the organic structure of your home. 
Nobody likes finding mould or rot in their home, do they? It isn’t very fragrant, and it certainly isn’t aesthetically pleasing. Despite mould being rather commonplace in Britain, we can mistakenly assume that mould is no big deal. 
 
How many times have you decided just to clean the area rather than call in the damp proofing experts? 
 
The problem is mould can be a big deal. It can exacerbate many health issues; it can also cause structural damage in your home. Moreover, there are many kinds of mould that can invade your home. 
This content will be shown in the summI understand that it’s off the back of a comparably miserable summer that I say this; however, Winter is coming. The cold and the damp will soon be in force, and over the next few months you are more at risk of letting damp attack your home. 
 
I know! Sometimes it seems that black mould and damp can be a force all their own. But there are ways that you can help prevent a fungal invasion. 
 
Here are 5 measures you can take to prevent damp in your home.ary on the main blog page. Click on this text to edit it. 
Nobody likes finding mould or damp in their house. It’s unsightly, it certainly doesn’t give off a welcoming aroma, and it can cause structural damage. The problem is, once you find it, it is hard to deal with. 
Unless you call in the professionals that is. 
 
There are some that will attack it with household products and chemical cleaners found in their kitchen. Although this might help stem the tide, eventually the mould is likely to return, and you will have the same fight again. 
 
It is more important that you deal with the issue by bringing in the experts, after all living with damp and mould does more than damage your property. It can have serious repercussions on your health. 
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