Condensation Treatment Specialists

We are a team of dedicated condensation treatment specialists committed to safeguarding your homes and properties from the damaging effects of damp and moisture.

At Advanced Damp Ltd, we provide tailored solutions to effectively combat condensation issues. Our approach focuses on ensuring long-term safety and comfort by delivering comprehensive treatments rather than temporary fixes.

We don’t just see ourselves as your service provider – we are your partners in creating safe and secure homes.

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Condensation Problems & Treatment

Understanding Condensation and Its Impact

Research has shown that condensation is a widespread issue in the UK, and it is one of the major causes of damp in homes. Condensation occurs naturally when warm vapour in the air turns into water upon contact with cold surfaces. While this vapour is a result of everyday activities such as cooking, bathing, and washing, poor ventilation significantly increases the likelihood of condensation within a house.

The Problem of Poor Ventilation

As we continue to insulate our buildings to retain warmth, we inadvertently trap water vapour, which can lead to condensation and, ultimately, dampness if not properly managed. Poor ventilation is the primary reason for condensation damp and its associated problems, including health challenges and mold growth. While minor cases of condensation can be mitigated by reducing activities that release water vapour and improving ventilation, these solutions can be challenging to implement effectively.

Professional Condensation Treatment

At Advanced Damp Ltd, our team of condensation specialists works diligently to assess, advise, and implement effective condensation treatments. We utilise cutting-edge techniques and equipment to protect your property from potential damage and maintain a healthy living environment. Our comprehensive approach ensures that we address the root cause of the problem, providing long-term solutions rather than temporary fixes.

Advanced damp LTD also offer penetrating damp, damp surveys, water ingress treatment, rising damp, and damp proofing in the south east of England and surrounding counties. Contact us for more information on 0300 373 7251.

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Treatment & Removal

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Our condensation treatment specialists provide a variety of condensation solutions

How we solve condensation damp problems?

It is customary at Advanced Damp LTD to start our projects with a thorough investigation of the situation.  Our team of certified condensation specialist will investigate and identify the source of the damp. 

By investigating and eliminating variables that points to other forms of damps, we will ensure a proper diagnosis of the challenge and subsequently resolve the problem. 

Our surveyors are not only highly trained but are also certified by relevant certification institutions, to accurately analyse and identify the reasons of your damp problems. 

If you want to go with DIY condensation solutions, we can advise you on the significant steps to take and the products that can be used.

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Advanced Damp offer Specialist Condensation treatment and comprehensive damp protection for your home!


If you're dealing with condensation in your home, you probably have a lot of questions. Our FAQs page is here to help! We've gathered some of the most common questions about condensation and provided straightforward answers to help you understand the causes, effects, and solutions for this frustrating problem. Whether you're a homeowner, a landlord, or a tenant, our FAQs page can help you get the information you need to deal with condensation damp effectively.

Condensation is the process by which water vapour in the air is converted into liquid when it comes into contact with a cooler surface. This can occur on windows, walls, and other surfaces and can lead to a range of issues, including mould and mildew growth, dampness, and damage to paint, wallpaper, and other materials.

Condensation is caused by the difference in temperature between the air and a cooler surface. When warm, moist air comes into contact with a cooler surface, the water vapour in the air condenses and forms droplets on the surface. This can occur in a variety of situations, such as when cooking, showering, or doing laundry, or in poorly ventilated spaces.

Signs of condensation include water droplets on windows, walls, or other surfaces, damp or wet patches on walls or ceilings, and mould or mildew growth. You may also notice musty odours, peeling paint or wallpaper, and rust or corrosion on metal surfaces.

The effects of condensation can be damaging to your health, your home, and your belongings. Condensation can lead to the growth of mould and mildew, which can cause respiratory issues, allergies, and other health problems, especially for those with pre-existing respiratory conditions. It can also cause dampness and damage to your home, including peeling paint and wallpaper, rust and corrosion on metal surfaces, and damage to wooden furniture and fittings.

To prevent condensation, it is important to maintain a consistent temperature in your home and keep the air circulating with good ventilation. You can also reduce the amount of moisture in the air by using dehumidifiers, extractor fans, or opening windows to allow fresh air in. Other steps you can take include using lids on pots and pans when cooking, covering fish tanks and house plants, and drying clothes outside when possible.

Condensation can have a negative impact on energy efficiency, as it can lead to heat loss and increased energy consumption. This is because condensation often occurs in poorly insulated areas, such as around windows and doors, where warm air meets cold surfaces. When this happens, the warm air is cooled, and the moisture in the air condenses onto the surface, resulting in heat loss. This can cause your heating system to work harder to maintain a comfortable temperature, leading to increased energy consumption and higher bills.