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My council house is damp — what can I do about it? I meet lots of people who are pulling their hair out over mould and really — once you have a handle on why it happens you can stop the problem coming back — read on…….
This is a common question and is being asked of me more and more. Get a cup of tea or coffee and take a seat. I am going to talk about humidity — please bear with me because mould loves humidity.
The chances are you are sitting in a room with either no fireplace or a fireplace, which is bricked up or has an electric fire in it. Looking around you can see that the house is double glazed with Upvc windows and doors.
Think for a minute… is this how the house looked when it was built? The answer is probably not. The windows were wooden or metal framed and they were quite drafty back then. A bricked up chimney which used to freshen air all day long, but that is in the past. Coal fires were used in the past to heat water as well as keep the house warm fire back-boilers are common in post war housing — we had one.
So this means that the first point is this; Old houses were far better ventilated than newer houses. Now for the second big change.
Just think about the family living in the original house when it was built for a moment; they had to heat how do i report my water with a coal fire….
It was quite a chore and took ages. Water was often shared, so the amount of water vapour produced via bathing was low. By the same token laundry day was a similar trial for Mum this is how it was.
There were no tumble dryers or radiators to dry clothes on and so most people dried clothes outside; in communal drying areas or, used the launderette in winter.
Look at us now; showers every day or sometimes twice a day. Hair washes daily and of course we never wear the same clothes twice, without them going through the wash. Hot water is available at the flick of a switch; the kettle, the shower; the microwave, the steamer; the fryer….
The list is endless. These two revolutionary changes in housing and living standards combine to result in dwellings with very high humidity and a tendency towards condensation and mould. When we get condensate on a double glazed window it means the house is humid My council house is damp — what can I do?
Well of course I am not going to say open the windows and stop breathing and washing… We are stuck with the house as it is; fireplaces are not going to make a comeback anytime soon and despite what our grandparents may say — it was not better in the old days I bet some of them ended up a bit smelly after a few days without a bath.
The good news is that we can reduce the problem and in many cases cure it without expensive intervention. First of all, having recognised that excessive humidity is the cause — how can we lower that? Leave your tea and take a quick look in the kitchen. Is there an extractor fan in the wall or a cooker hood linked to a ducting kit that means the hood pushes air outside via a duct and a vent on the wall outside or on the roof.
If there is one be honest… do you use it? By that I mean do you switch it on every time you cook, use the washing machine, wash the pots or boil a kettle…. I hope that after reading this post you will understand that the extractor fan is your best friend.
So, use the fan every time you make water vapour in the kitchen. In addition, think about this; the fan extracts air and the water in itat a set rate we measure in litres per minute.
However, if we have the internal kitchen door open ,so that in effect the kitchen and lounge are one big room, we have more than doubled the size of the kitchen, in relation to the performance of the fan.
I hope this makes sense, but in doing that we have made the fan relatively smaller and less efficient. Leaving the kitchen now we need to pop into the bathroom. Is there a fan in the wall or ceiling?
If not — we need one fast! The bathroom is a veritable water vapour production line. A hot shower or bath will produce trillions of water molecules, which are warm energeticso they skip from liquid state into air and form water vapour. Flushing the toilet — brushing teeth and that wet towel on the radiator are blowing off similar amounts.
Our activity in a bathroom may last only a minute or two, so remembering to be diligent and switch a fan on and off is a chore in itself; so ideally we need an automated fan.Facebook and BeLonG To Youth Services Launch Online Guide to be Kinder Online.
My council house is damp – what can I do? Well of course I am not going to say open the windows and stop breathing and washing We are stuck with the house as it is; fireplaces are not going to make a comeback anytime soon and despite what our grandparents may say – it was not better in the old days (I bet some of them ended up a bit smelly after a few days without a bath).
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