Condensation occurs when warm and moist air hits a cold surface. The colder the air is, the less moisture it can hold. Therefore when warm air hits a cold surface it will release some of the moisture which deposits itself as beads of condensation.

This build up of moisture can cause streaming windows and damage to plaster and timber. It also provides the ideal conditions for black and green mould growth accompanied by a damp and musty smell. These conditions are commonly found in areas where condensation is rife, such as bathrooms and kitchens.

We can treat condensation problems with the most up to date equipment and methods which includes installing positive pressure units which produce fresh filtered air that replaces the warm, moist air that causes condensation when it hits a cold surface.