Boiler expert shares three ways to reduce damp in your home this winter – avoid ‘damage’


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Mark added: “These rooms are more vulnerable to condensation and damp, therefore, try to heat every room as often as you can.”

2. Keep rooms ventilated

The expert explained: “Having your central heating on throughout the winter can cause condensation if ventilation is poor. Whilst most people tend to close their windows when the heating is on, this isn’t always ideal.”

According to Mark, a free flow of air is “crucial”. Despite wanting to keep rooms warm in the winter, it is also important to let any moist air out to help create that free flow of air.

To do this, Britons can open windows periodically, for around 10 to 15 minutes at a time to let the cool air in and the moist air out.


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