It's a common situation: after the building has been properly insulated and the doors and windows have been draught-proofed , the occupants seecondensation appear inside their home.
As much as it is important to properly insulate your home to keep your energy consumption under control and to optimise your living comfort, you also need to make sure the air is able to circulate inside your home to evacuatedamp.
At all times, insulation works and draught-proofing efforts should go hand in hand with ventilation. As amatter of comfort, hygiene but also of safety. In addition to the problems that may be caused by damp, poor air circulation increases the risk of the formation of carbon monoxide.
One of the solutions is to fit the window frames with ventilation rails with adjustable openings .
Also consider having high and low air vent grilles fitted in the doors to the various rooms.
Check out this page to find out more about existing ventilation systems.
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