How to keep condensation and mould out of your home!
As the temperature outside drops, condensation and damp become a more common problems in our homes. If condensation and mould are left unchecked, they can cause unsightly mould patches, and may even rot or damage surfaces or structures, which could be very expensive to repair. Worse still, condensation and damp can contribute to respiratory health […]Read More
MOULD CAN BE HARMFUL TO YOUR HEALTH – DO NOT IGNORE IT!!
Mould is a common problem in houses. It can be caused by a number of factors, such as poor ventilation, leaks and moisture in the air, which then leads to condensation forming in the home. Everyday activities such as bathing, cleaning and cooking can contribute to dampness in the air, leading to condensation and eventually […]Read More
Condensation in your home, how to reduce it!
Condensation is one of the most common forms of damp that can appear in your home and in turn can cause structural damage to your property, for example, you may notice your wallpaper starting to peel away, damp patches frequently appearing on walls and a build up of moisture, which will lead to your home having […]Read More
Landlords Association of Northern Ireland Event
The Condensation Solutions team recently visited the Landlords Association of Northern Ireland Event at the Wellington Park Hotel in Belfast. During this visit, the team spoke to the landlords about the various products that Condensation Solutions sell, as well as showcasing the benefits of using our Silent 100 fan. Simply click here to visit our very […]Read More
Winner of the Cafe Conor voucher!
Congratulations to Joe Morrison, who was drawn out of a hat and is the winner of the £40 voucher for Cafe Conor, Stranmillis! A massive thank you to everyone who came and engaged with us at the LANI event and we hope to hear from you soon!Read More
How to protect your home against radon
Most of us in Great Britain find it hard to imagine that we could be living in a highly radioactive area. But for thousands of families, this could be the case. What’s worse, we could be living with deadly radiation in our homes without even knowing it. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that […]Read More
Air Pollution: Why your home could be the most dangerous place
In the first half of the 20th century, most air pollution was caused by industry. But the decline in heavy industry in the UK from the late 20th century onwards, combined with environmental regulation, has significantly reduced this particular danger to our health. Now, however, we face dangers from air pollution of a different sort, […]Read More