14 Nov How To Treat Condensation
Are you looking for a condensation treatment specialist? Look no further than Prokil. With over 50 years of experience, our highly-knowledgeable, privately owned damp proofing and timber treatment company is dedicated to offering you fast, efficient and outstanding customer service. Contact our friendly and helpful team to discuss all of your condensation treatment options and to arrange your survey today.
Our Specialist Condensation Treatment
Condensation, which is the most common type of damp, materialises as a result of a build-up of excess moisture. The moisture will then condense onto exterior walls and windows which are at or below the dew point. Mould and condensation are most common during the winter months when you’re more likely to have your windows closed. This then results in a combination of poor ventilation and intermittent heating; the perfect environment for mould to form. You’ll usually find mould in places such as:
- Walls Behind Cabinets and Wardrobes
- The Backs of Furniture
As the best condensation treatment specialist you’ll find, we offer two ventilation options to resolve your condensation issues. The first is our Passive Air Vents (PAVs), which effectively dispel up to 2.5 litres of moisture. With no need for electricity, our PAVs can run 24 hours a day and are a cost-effective way to manage your condensation.
When you choose Prokil, you will receive condensation treatment that provides you with more than one option. We also offer a Positive Pressure Ventilation System (PPVS) which introduces heated air that has been filtered. This is a practical solution to your condensation issues as it decreases the level of humidity and stale air in your property.
Caused as a result of poor property maintenance, defective rainwater goods and shoddy building work, mould can result in a variety of unwanted problems. Whether your mould is causing aesthetic issues such as mould formation, spoilt paint and plasterwork, or more severe issues such as structural issues including wet rot and dry rot, contact us today. As the best condensation treatment specialist you’ll find, we’ll conduct a survey of your property, which includes a follow-up report with our impartial advice and recommendations for your next steps.
Cavity Wall Ties
Looking for cavity wall ties? Or are your cavity wall ties damaged? Used to bind the outside and inside wall or leafs of your house together, cavity wall ties are built into the cement joints between the bricks during the original construction. Over the years your cavity wall ties may deteriorate and will need replacing. This can be detrimental to your property as it will fail a building survey and become dangerous to occupy as the walls will begin to move independently of each other.
As the best condensation treatment specialist you’ll find, we can provide retro replacements which are a quick and correct method for your peace of mind. Contact our helpful and highly experienced team today to find out how we can help with your cavity wall tie needs.
Woodworm, a wood-boring beetle, can attack anything from furniture to floorboards, joists, rafters, and even structural timbers. Our experienced surveyors will conduct a survey of your property to determine the extent of the damage caused by woodworm and then recommend the most suitable woodworm treatment. This may include lifting the infected flooring or roof to clean out any dust or debris, before applying an insecticidal formula to eliminate the insects. Quick and efficient, this treatment allows you to use the room again after just one hour.
Is dry rot destroying your property? Due to its aggressive nature and ability to thrive in humid conditions, dry rot must be treated quickly to prevent severe damage. Caused by a constant source of moisture, dry rot thrives in poorly ventilated and damp areas. As the best condensation treatment specialist you’ll find, our helpful team can assist with the removal of dry rot today.
Wet rot can prove hugely detrimental to your property’s timber structure, which can be particularly difficult to discern from other forms of rot. As members of the Property Care Association (PCA), contact Prokil to assist with your wet rot removal needs, and for your survey and quotation.
Why choose Prokil for your specialist condensation treatment?
With over 50 years’ experience offering solutions for damp, dry and wet rot, woodworm, flood damage and more, you can rest assured you’re in safe hands with Prokil. Our dedication to offering the best specialist condensation treatment means we’re based in a variety of UK locations, including the following:
Still need convincing that Prokil offers the best specialist condensation treatment? Have a read of our glowing testimonials from some of our many happy customers. You can also view our online gallery to see examples of our high-quality and professional service.
Contact our condensation treatment specialists by calling your local Prokil today. Alternatively, you can fill out our simple online form to request your survey and quotation, and we’ll get back you as soon as possible.