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12 years ago
Hi there, I had a similar problem and in the end it was not damp. It was condensation. I was amazed as our flat had mould growing on the wall and water running down the wall. I thought it must be a leak. However in the end, after thinking about dehumidifiers we decided to invest in a positive air flow solution which has so far solved the problem completely. All the flat is now dry and no condensation even though the couple who live there now have a baby and do even more washing etc. I had it done through Envirovent. It cost about £1000 but I decided that the cost of having to redecorate and getting new tenants every time my ones got fed up of it was more than doing this. It is great. You get a discount for being RLA members so don't forget to tell them. Julie

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