Condensation is a common problem in most homes

Condensation is the most common form of dampness in British homes and is caused when moisture in a warm atmosphere condenses on cool surfaces. Condensation is generally the result of improved insulation and heat retention, but inadequate ventilation.

In the worst cases, condensation leads to black mould, peeling wallpaper, damage to fabrics and an unpleasant musty, damp smell within the property. It can also result in damage to plasterwork and, in extreme cases, to timbers. It also gives rise to unhealthy living conditions.

A sure sign of condensation issues is water build-up on windows. Whilst regular ventilation can provide some improvement, not many people want to open their windows when it’s cold outside.

We undertake spe­cial­ist surveys and reme­dial treat­ments includ­ing rein­state­ment works for prop­erty own­ers, land­lords, hous­ing asso­ci­a­tions, solic­i­tors and estate agents across southern Scotland and the north of England.

All our work is car­ried out to the highest standards and is cov­ered by a 30-year guarantee*.

*We use Sovereign damp-coursing products, the first company in the damp-proofing industry to gain BSI approval for its whole range of products which are covered by a 30-year Pro­tec­tion Scheme Guarantee.

Call Ryedale Remedials today on 01387 251080 for a no-obligation survey to assess the extent of the problem and the best treatments for it, or send an email.