Mould Restoration Systems
Goodbye to Mildew in Interior Spaces
Mould and its Origins
The Problem of Mould in Interior Spaces
Infestation with mould and mildew is one of the most common “environmental” problems in interior spaces. The reason mould grows is usually a higher moisture content in the respective building material or on its surface. Along with “wet” walls due to insufficient protection against driving rain or rising damp, the cause is often due to the insufficient thermal insulation standard found in old buildings, particularly when the air exchange rate has been reduced because of changes made to the building.
New window are often installed without improving the insulation of exterior walls or taking into account that ventilation requirements are higher. Without sufficient ventilation, humidity on the surface of the walls rises, making it possible for mould to grow. Condensation doesn’t even need to form. For most types of mould and mildew, 70% humidity is perfectly sufficient for growth.
The following conditions and factors are usually found when mould/mildew infests living spaces:
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