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Damp Busters systems provides clean, renewable heat and ventilation for domestic and commercial, industrial, agricultural, and institutional buildings throughout Ireland.
Condensation is the most common cause of dampness and is associated with not enough heating and/or ventilation (airing) in a property. It is caused by water vapour or moisture from inside your home touching colder surfaces (such as windows and walls). The water can then soak into paint or plasterwork and in time black mould may grow on the area.
Black mould can release spores which could make asthma or other breathing problems worsen. If a home is hot and humid (because it is not aired enough) then this can also encourage dust mites which again can trigger asthma.
Rising Damp only affects basements or ground floor rooms and normally rises no more than 12-24 inches. Very rarely is black mould seen on rising damp but there are often white salts and ‘tide marks’ in affected areas.
No running costs, maintenance free, pays for itself within 2 years, no elecrical supply required, runs automatically,supply with fresh warm and dry air, odours removed, simple installation, dehumidifies, solar powered, sustainable, efficient, green, zero carbon footprint and many more
We offer an affordable survey and quotation service which will include our expert solutions. Our purpose is to discover the root causes of dampness, to formulate strategies to manage or cure it and to help others do the same. We supply systems that starts and stops automatically controlled by the sun. The air in the building will be exchanged by fresh, warm and dry air - humidity and smell will be removed.
Due to the temperate climate we live in a level of damp and mould may be expected in all dwellings. However, if left untreated for a long time damp and mould can cause plasterwork to crumble or other structural problems and could affect the health of the occupants, particularly those with breathing problems.
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