January 30, 2018 Uncategorized 0


Excess moisture indoors can also be caused by condensation.

Condensation forms when the air indoors can’t hold any more moisture.

Cooking, showering, drying clothes indoors and breathing without adequate ventilation can all cause excess moisture.

Droplets can form on indoor surfaces such as mirrors, windowsills and on walls, particularly when they’re cold.


Damp and mould are caused by excess moisture.

Moisture in buildings can be caused by leaking pipes, rising damp in basements or ground floors, or rain seeping in because of damage to the roof or around window frames.

In a newly-built home damp can occur if the water used when the house was built is still drying out. 

If your a tenant living in a rented property and the above problems are effecting your home

contact us on 0151 231 1142 or housingdisrepairadvice.com for FREE AND IMPARTIAL advice on the next step to take.

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