Open windows and doors to speed up the drying process. Use fans to move air across damp walls. Also, use dehumidifiers, which can help remove moisture from the air and walls.🇧🇷 Professionals use tools like humidity meters, infrared imaging devices, dehumidifiers, and high-powered fans.... read more ›
Check for surface discoloration such as B. yellowing material, rounded brown spots or black discolorations, often furry in appearance, indicating mold and mildew growth🇧🇷 Pay attention to the texture of the wall. Peeling paint is one of the main indicators of moisture problems, along with warped or dented surfaces.... read more ›
Damage to walls and ceilings
Cracked or peeling paint and imperfections in wallpaper or paintThese are all signs that you may have moisture issues due to excess moisture on your wall or ceiling. Even the beginnings of mild mold formation can be discovered on closer inspection.... read more ›
- Condensation on windows in winter.
- Excessive growth of mold in the bathroom.
- Mold formation on internal surfaces (corner of closet, kitchen or bathroom).
- Peeling, cracked, or blistering paint on exterior or interior finishes.
- Excessive populations of house dust mites (a cause of house dust allergy).
This depends on a number of factors, but in general, you can expect areas of your home that are exposed to water or moisture to dry out.about five days🇧🇷 Sometimes it only takes two days to dry an area, and sometimes it can take several weeks.... see more ›
Condensation on interior walls is most common in bathrooms and kitchens., where steam is produced when bathing or cooking, but it can be found in every room, even the bedroom or living room. Homes are prone to condensation issues during the coldest winter months.... continue reading ›
Losice cube test:*
Put two or three ice cubes in a glass, add water and stir. Wait three to four minutes. If there is no moisture on the outside of the glass, the air is too dry; You may need a humidifier. If condensation forms on the outside of the glass, the relative humidity is high.... see more ›
A rapid mold test can be performed at your facilityDip a cotton swab in diluted bleach (1 part bleach to 16 parts water) and wipe down the wall🇧🇷 If the stain disappears quickly (or continues to appear after cleaning), assume it's mold.... view details ›
The easiest way to measure indoor humidity iswith a hygrometer🇧🇷 A hygrometer is a device that serves as an indoor thermometer and humidity monitor.... see details ›
Discolored or crumbling plaster🇧🇷 You can also see cracked wallpaper and paint on the bottom of the walls. Musty odors are sure signs of moisture. discoloration and blackheads.... view details ›
- Persistent damp smell. 🇧🇷
- Mold in unusual places. 🇧🇷
- Spots that grow 🇧🇷
- Peeling or bubbling wallpaper/paint. 🇧🇷
- Sheetrock slowly deforms. 🇧🇷
- Warped ceilings and stained floors. 🇧🇷
- wet spots 🇧🇷
- Strange discoloration.