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Moisture Surveys

Humidity Response uses the latest most up to date equipment to ensure that the job is done to the highest of standards. Using this equipment we can detect all of the excess moisture within a building when carrying out our moisture survey, allowing us to map out the affected areas on our moisture maps.

Allowing the property owner to try to eliminate the source them self’s to keep the costs down. Rather than paying a specialist to carry out the works unless necessary.

As every single building is different, Humidity Response has specialist staff that have been trained by (BDMA) British Damage Management Association giving our customer the confidence that there need known our staff can improvise and formulate a plan for any situation.

Our thermographic survey will obviously detect all visible water on a surface, but what it will also do is detect water that is invisible to the naked eye. As well as this, it can also locate trapped moisture, cold bridging, air leaks and the onset of rising damp. It works due to the fact that every single object emits energy, which the thermographic camera will pick up and interpret. When it detects even the smallest amount of water, it will log this in its system, ready to be printed out later on.

An alternative way in which we can carry out a moisture survey is through the use of the Protimeter MMS or the Tramex SE, both of which are completely non-invasive. These are highly technical pieces of equipment and combine the technologies of a thermo-hygrometer and pin and non-invasive methods to create truly accurate results.

Building Science

Most chronic problems related to moisture in buildings are best analysed through the use of building science, which looks at the way that buildings were constructed and works out what has gone wrong in order for them to have ended up in their current state.

Over time, the way that the moisture and air travel around a building change and this can have a negative effect on the building’s ability to cope with these elements. This can lead to damage caused by:

  • Condensation on windows dripping onto the floor beneath
  • Air leakage causing condensation to build up inside walls
  • Damage caused to both the internal and external areas of the building due to rain leaking through the walls

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