Do you have trouble with mould, damp walls and mason work? This blog may help you!

Mould – Is there a rule when mould spores turn into mould?

Yes, at least there is an indirect rule!
Whenever dampness hits and settles on a walls surface it becomes vulnerable for mould growth. Of course mould won’t grow from humidity and heat in your kitchen after you cooked a hot meal! But if this case is quiet frequent and the dampness has no chance to dry [...]

Damp walls may have serious consequences

Damp walls cause a chain reaction: No matter if dampness was caused by condensation, cold mason work, heat leaks or bad ventilation. Dampness which has settled on the walls surface has always been a solid breeding ground for mould and other kinds of bacteria.
But damp walls can cause damp mason work as well! Moisture which [...]

Every mason work has a certain insulation feature

The insulation value of construction material which was used to built your house was once determined by the Material Testing Office. It was determined by a certain temperature and humidity. It has been taken to account that every construction material includes natural dampness (equilibrium humidity). This dampness is needed for the materials main function, features [...]

Walls need to breathe!

Plaster and paint are a kind of skin to our four walls. They are using the same function like skin called balancing function. If a wall or plaster surface is able to absorb dampness-apexes which we produce daily it lowers the risk for condensation water and even mould or mould spores.
Plaster and paints used to [...]