The Benefits of Condensation Control Systems
So many homeowners experience problems with condensation, especially during the colder months of the year. In short, condensation is the process of water vapour in the air turning into liquid. This usually happens when the air is cooled to its dew point or when humid air comes into contact with a cold surface. Lots of people experience problems with condensation on their windows but condensation can occur anywhere in a home where moisture is present.
There are several reasons why homeowners experience problems with condensation, most commonly due to poor ventilation in rooms like the bathroom and kitchen. Although some moisture on your windows or walls might seem harmless, if you don’t do anything about condensation, over time it can start to cause serious problems.
At Kenwood PLC, lots of homeowners turn to us for assistance with condensation problems and we provide a range of condensation control systems. There are so many benefits associated with getting some expert advice about your condensation problems and investing in suitable condensation solutions. Below we have explored some of the main reasons why all homeowners should consider installing a condensation control system.
Improve Air Quality in Your Home
One of the biggest benefits of working with a condensation specialist and installing a system that meets your condensation control needs is the impact it will have on the air quality in your home. Lots of residential properties lack basic ventilation and people struggle to remove moisture-laden air from their interior spaces, especially in high-humidity areas.
A simple condensation control system can make such a big difference. This system will improve ventilation throughout your home and it will be completely automated to ensure the correct level of ventilation is being provided. Removing damp air from your home and replacing it with a supply of fresh, filtered air can make your living environment more comfortable. The improvement will be immediately noticeable.
Prevent Common Damp and Mould Problems
Often, homeowners will use extractor fans and open their windows in an attempt to combat condensation, but this doesn’t always work and many experience problems with damp and mould. Several everyday activities generate moisture and without suitable ventilation systems, this moisture will cause surfaces to become damp and mouldy. It isn’t uncommon for people to experience mould growth on their walls and ceilings as well as their furnishings and clothes, and it can be very difficult to prevent mould from developing.
When you install a condensation control system, you won’t need to worry as much about green and black mould. The system is designed to remove moisture from the air, preventing it from causing damp problems on surfaces throughout your home, and it will effectively dilute and displace the damp air. The installation process can usually be completed within one day and it will automatically get to work on preventing condensation and mould growth.
Avoid Costly Repair Bills
What may seem like harmless condensation can cause wider issues for the whole property if you don’t control the amount of damp-laden air circulating your rooms. You should look at a condensation control system as an investment as it can significantly reduce water damage throughout your home and help you to avoid costly repair bills.
Not only can it be very expensive to eliminate damp and mould from your home, but replacing anything that’s already been damaged can be very costly too. Simply controlling the condensation in your home will help to ensure it’s protected from the effects of moisture and this can help to increase the durability of the property structure. You can rest assured that your home will be better protected from the effects of moisture and you won’t have to spend as much money repairing, replacing or redecorating your interiors.
Speak to a Condensation Specialist Today
Ultimately, if you use extractor fans and have your windows open whenever possible but you are still experiencing condensation problems, it’s worth investing in a condensation control system. To speak to a member of the Kenwood PLC team about the different solutions available for domestic properties, don’t hesitate to contact us today. Our condensation specialists can help you to decide which system is best for your home and your needs.
When you turn to us for a condensation control system, we will do everything we can to help reduce damage caused by condensation, damp and mould as quickly as possible. All of our systems will be installed by our own highly trained, in-house team and the process will be minimally disruptive to you and your family. We can assure you that you won’t be disappointed with the high level of service we provide from start to finish.