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Mould from skirting board - is it damp?

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  • Mazio_2
    Mazio_2 Posts: 347 Forumite
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    I also run a dehumidifier in winter this helps control my condensation and I tend to open the windows on warmer days for shorter periods to help with heat loss
    Look after the pennies and the pounds will spend themselves
  • Stan_Bell
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    The problem is not heating but the ventilation of the property.There are a number of cost effective ventilation solutions available.Look at the Home 'N' Dry unit from Johnson and Starley check out their website
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