Toxic Black Mould
Black mould, Stachybotrys, Aspergillus, toxic black mould…whatever you want to call it, internal damp problems can cause serious damage, not only to the appearance of home but to the structure of the property and your health.
Internal damp problems can lead to the deterioration of masonry, cause plaster to crumble, wooden beams and floorboards to decay and leave bubbling on your plaster work and wallpaper. Some people think a spot of paint or some wall paper is going to fix the problem… unfortunately not.
As a society we are people that will live with certain conditions by “putting a plaster over it”. How many times have you tried to clean damp on walls with bleach or other chemicals thinking that spending £2 is going to solve all your problems? If you have had cavity wall insulation carried out and you are suffering with damp spots in your house, then you owe it to yourself to get it checked.
Your home is the most expensive asset you will ever purchase, so keeping it healthy and in good condition will pay off in the long run. Should there be a time where you want to sell your home, future purchasers will be more aware of damp problems that damaged cavity wall insulation can cause, and be less interested in buying properties that have these issues, needless to say can reduce the value of your home.
If you’ve had wall cavity insulation installed in your home in the last 15 years, call us Freephone and enquire about our free, no obligation qualified cavity insulation surveyors. And if they identify faults, our panel of specialist solicitors can represent you on a full No Win No Fee service .
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You might not have any issues showing currently, but that doesn’t mean your cavity insulation has been fitted correctly or isn’t causing unseen damage. Without specialist equipment to view your cavity and know what you are looking for, you won’t know until it starts to show the damage.