Condensation can cause damage to your property and, in the long run, could cause permanent damage to some parts of the structure of the building.
It can be difficult to tell the difference between condensation and damp. As a rule, condensation is likely to occur in areas where there is not much movement, such as in corners, cupboards or bathrooms.
You can take a number of steps to prevent condensation in your home. Try to reduce the moisture produced in your home by closing the kitchen door when cooking, and drying clothes in the bathroom with the door closed.
Ventilate your home from time to time by opening windows at both sides of the property.
If you’re worried about condensation, please ask us for further advice.