Spring has come at last and with it, a little bit of good weather has also arrived. However, this is probably the most unstable season of the year, so to speak. One day we wake up to sunshine and another day there is heavy rain, which can cause humidity in the home.
In this article, we want to give you a series of tips that will undoubtedly be very useful for preventing damp. Pay attention and you can be sure that your house will look radiant for the summer.
What kind of humidity usually appears in the spring?
First of all, we want to explain to you about the most common types of humidity in the spring. There are mainly three types:
1. Rising damp: this type of damp shows up in homes located on the ground floor as they are more in direct contact with the ground.
2. Condensation: appears in those areas of the property where the temperature is below dew point, such as in bathrooms with poor ventilation.
3. Penetrating damp: this is the most complex type of damp because it appears on ceilings, floors and windows due to building defects and inadequate insulation.