Condensation

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Condensation control and treatment

Condensation control in a property is extremely important as if left untreated, condensation can lead to damp and mould problems.  Contact Burnham Surveyors in Somerset today for more information about how we can help you.

Condensation control to prevent damp

Condensation occurs where moist air comes into contact with air or surfaces that are a lower temperature. Condensation is generally noticeable where it forms on non-absorbent surfaces, like on windows or tiles, but it can form on any surface. It may not be noticed until mould starts to grown or the material rots.

Without condensation control, mould spores known as allergens can become airborne with the slightest disturbance. The microscopic spores are then inhaled and can trigger respiratory problems such as asthma, dust allergies and hay fever.
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Condensation treatments and solutions

Condensation control can be achieved by various methods. One option is to use a passive ventilation system that is designed to be installed in local areas of prevalent mould and damp for local condensation control. The commercial option includes using a positive pressure ventilation systems which ventilates the whole house from a central position and displaces and replaces moisture-laden air with fresh filtered air. 

We use a range of condensation control products and services to treat the effects of condensation. From the treatment of fungi and mould, to whole house condensation control ventilation systems, we can help you. Should you need a specialist installer or help with a specification simply contact Burnham Surveyors today. 
Are you worried about damp in your property? For condensation control, call the professionals at Burnham Surveyors in Somerset today on 
0117 230 2050 or 01823 429 455
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