Damp Proofing & Property Maintenance condensation control positive input ventilation - piv Condensation in Hemel Hempstead

Further Problems caused by Condensation

What is Condensation and how can this affect your Property?

Condensation Control
  • Black Mould can lead to Health problems, if you have damp and mould you're more likely to have respiratory problems, respiratory infections, allergies or asthma. Damp and mould can also affect the immune system.

Ranguard's Solution to Condensation

  • Small beads of moisture on non-absorbant surfaces such as windows, wall tiles and vinyl covered surfaces.
  • Mould on walls, curtains, carpets, beds, bathroom tiles and window sills. Note: Black mould can be hazardous to health.
  • Decaying window frames, particularly stained and wet corners.
  • Peeling wallpaper or damp walls
  • Musty Damp smells.

Symptoms that can help you identify condensation include

Once the cause or causes of condensation have been Identified, Ranguard will offer you the best possible solution, including the installation of PIV (Positive Input Ventilation) systems, to remove unwanted moisture in the air, passive vapour vents and wall insulation.

If your property is suffering from damp contact Ranguard for a free no obligation survey, we will look at all possible causes including Condensation, Penetrating Damp, Rising Damp and offer you the best possible solution.

Ranguards first step to treating condensation is identifying the cause. Our expert team we will carry out a full property check of everything in and around your property


Office: 01442 211826

Tel:  07984 758 291

Email: info@ranguard.co.uk

  • Lack of adequate ventilation
  • modern living styles result in an accumulation of excessive humidity and moisture within the property
  • Levels of Moisture in the air
  • Temperature of the Air
  • Surface Temperature 

*The above is only a guide to help identify Condensation.

Causes of Condensation

When temperatures inside a property drop, the air becomes saturated and can no longer hold onto the moisture created in homes, kept in mind that on average, a single person produces 5 – 9 litres of water per 24 hour period. So the moisture migrates to the coldest surfaces – such and walls and windows.