Electro-Hygro-Thermal Changes in Damp Masonry

Humidity and temperature variations in buildings - also known as hygro-thermal changes - are well known among building professionals. Heating creates evaporation, while cooling often results in condensation. Because air always contains quite significant amounts of humidity in vapor form…

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Cottage with Lots of Cement

This 150 year old cottage has just been purchased recently and the new owners were looking froward to a full refurbishment. The past owners spent only the bare minimum on repairs and maintenance, so a lot of work was needed…

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Condensation & Mould

Condensation occurs when warm, moist air (usually found indoors) comes in direct contact with a cold surface (e.g. walls, window panes). It is more prevalent at the bottom of external walls, in the corners where walls are colder or in…

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Survey: Victorian Terraced Home

This building is from 1898 and it has been just purchased by a new owner, a building "enthusiast" who intended to refurbish it as part of a DIY project. The owner has just stripped the walls by removing all wallpapers…

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Magnetic DPC Benefits and Observed Effects on Buildings

Benefits of our Magnetic DPCsHere are some of the key benefits of magnetic DPCs:Non-invasive: non-invasive installation, no damage to the building fabricReversible: by removing them from the building, their effect can be reversedSafe, with no negative side effectsPermanent solution to rising…

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