Condensation Treatment in East Midlands

Condensation Treatment Specialists In The East Midlands Area

As Condensation Treatment Specialists in the East Midlands and surrounding areas, Dower Datech provides a full condensation diagnosis and provides a tailor made solution just for you. Condensation is one of the most common damp problems in homes across the UK, which makes it an issue that we advise is treated by our experienced professionals.

  • We are one of the best condensation treatment companies
  • Condensation control is something we have been practicing for nearly 50 years
  • We promise to provide you the the fairest price in the area
  • We offer professional ventilation services
  • Fast & friendly service all year round

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What Is Condensation?

The collision of warm air and cold surfaces or too much humidity within the building results in condensation. It is most common in winter, when most people are using central heating in the mornings and evenings. Once condensation forms, mould is likely to follow.

How It Works

You Get In Touch

Pickup the phone or get a quote using the contact form.

do damp survey

We Do A Survey

We will carry out a detailed survey to understand the issues.

do the damp proofing work

We Do The Work

We carry out all the work and fix all your damp issues.

enjoy dampfree home

You Enjoy

You enjoy a damp-free home environment or work space.

Our Locations Include

We cover most locations in the East Midlands area and would be more than happy to come to your property to carry out a penetrating damp survey.

FAQs:

The most common signs of condensation are water droplets, dark mould or displeasing smells. People with respiratory problems, such as asthma, may be more susceptible to feeling these effects. Generally, if not treated condensation can leave long-lasting damage to paint, plaster and window frames.

As soon as you realise you have condensation forming in your home, you need to wipe any water off with a cloth. Opening windows and ventilating your bathroom and kitchen properly are the best ways to prevent condensation. It can also be effective to have fans in said rooms, to ensure proper ventilation.

Condensation generally forms in the winter months, when it is colder outside than inside, which is why it can be a good idea to monitor the temperature within your home. Alternating the temperature of your heating can result in condensation, so by keeping your heating at constant temperature, whether that be low or high, can reduce this risk. Additionally, if your house is susceptible to condensation it may be a good idea to get dehumidifiers, they act as a good preventative measure.

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