CONDENSATION OR LEAK
CONDENSATION MARKS ON CEILINGS / WALLS
IS IT A LEAK OR CONDENSATION THE VIDEO BELOW WILL SHOW YOU
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- Fan not venting correctly Fan not venting correctly
- Black Mold from condension Black Mold from condension
- Problem if you have this Problem if you have this
- Condensation Problem Condensation Problem
- Roof Leak or Plumbing Roof Leak or Plumbing
- Roof or water leak Roof or water leak
- Wet from gloss painted coving Wet from gloss painted coving
- Leak or condensation Leak or condensation
- Condensation on cold glass Condensation on cold glass
HOW DO I STOP CONDENSATION MARKS?
A typical condensation mark, on the outside facing wall of a bedroom interior. (wall and ceiling)
First things first….If you are unsure, we are always willing to investigate these marks for you….Free of charge.
Condensation marks can sometimes look very much like leaks, typically they occur on an outside facing wall or the edges of ceilings (especially when loft insulation is not rolled out to the very edges off the attic space) also on windows. It can also be found behind furniture when moved away from walls and sometimes even in wardrobes.
These marks are caused by warm moist air in the bedroom, bathroom or around the house being drawn to a cold surface. Cooking, showering and even breathing creates plenty of warm moist air, this is then going to seek out the coldest surface to land on. The answer is ventilation, the more fresh air circulation the better.
Try to leave windows ajar or on locked night vent. Alternatively invest in a small dehumidifier if the condensation is really bad but soon as you turn them off the condensation problem will start so vents are best.