Moulds and condensations

Condensation is caused by the relative humidity inside a room which, in contact with a cold surface such as a wall not insulated, changes itself from gas to liquid. Consequently, the wall will be wet and therefore will be created the conditions favourable for:

  • the formation of mold or efflorescence;
  • speeding up of the degenerative processes of materials such as plaster and paint;
  • conditions that are potentially harmful to human health.

The presence and the formation of condensation in a building is an unavoidable aspect that cannot be completely deleted. It is possible, however, to create favorable conditions for its proper disposal or limit the amount within the limits suitable for good living conditions.