October 27th, 2013
Upstanding the basics between Relative Humidity, Specific humidity, Vapour pressure, Thirst, Boundary layers and Dew point.
Before we begin explaining the above where does water vapour come from?
Simple daily life produces water vapour through cooking, washing, ironing, drying clothes and even breathing, therefore it is extremely unlikely that an empty property will suffer with issues of high humidity, condensation and mould unless … read more
April 25th, 2012
Freezing pipes, burst pipes and Water Damage
A burst water pipe in your home can be devastating, when a pipe breaks it can often result in complete or partial flooding of the property damaging carpets, furnishings, plaster, decorations and personal belongings. It is important to protect your water services both waste drainage and service water to defend against the risk of pipes freezing and bursting … read more
April 21st, 2012
Water damage can be one of the most destructive forms of attack to a building and its material components. When water ingress occurs it can cause severe deterioration to masonry brickwork or concrete walls, spoiling and delamination of plaster and decay to structural timbers.
More importantly failing to deal with water damage promptly and efficiently can have serious consequences as a client of ours nearly … read more