Condensation Control

Condensation in the house has the potential to have adverse impacts on health and general wellbeing

Tasmania’s trusted Condensation Control specialist

Healthy Homes Say No To Condensation

Dampness-related issues, such as the occurrence of window condensation and mould in homes, have a well-documented adverse effect on health for the young and the elderly.

The presence of Condensation allows dust mites and mould colonies to thrive and leads to water damage to window sills, curtain/blinds, bedding and clothing.

Prevention will reduce musty smells and have the potential to reduce ongoing maintenance in the home.

Residential window with window condensation, crying windows, with fruit and plants
Window condensation is the most obvious example of a damp home. At night glass panels are colder than the air, which results in condensation to form "crying windows".​
Restaurant Chef working at night behind a glass frontage with Window Condensation
Window Condensation in a commercial environment can cause a high moisture environment which can be uncomfortable for guests.

How Does Condensation Occur?

Due to our cooler climate, Tasmanian homes generally experience condensation issues. This is generally created by causes such as:

  1. Humid air from normal household activities (showering, cooking, breathing, drying clothes)
  2. Lack of adequate ventilation, mostly due to closed rooms to keep the cold out
  3. Fluctuating room temperatures, in particular sudden drops of temperature overnight
The Potential health implications from condensation in the home include:
  • Toxin and chemical build-up
  • Dust mite allergies
  • Mould allergies
  • Sick Building Syndrome
  • Asthma attacks

Increase Airflow Without Sacrificing Comfort

Healthy Homes Tasmania utilises a tried and tested passive and active mechanical ventilation solution to ensure airflow within the home and reduce condensation and stale air.

Outside air is drawn through the roof space and into the system where it is filtered through a

Subfloor Ventilation System (Mechanical Ventilation) Installed by Healthy Homes Tasmania.
Healthy Homes Tasmania installed this sub floor ventilation system to assist in the removal of moist, damp area from a residential home sub floor. Mould tends to be more prevalent in damp, moist areas with poor ventilation.
InAir Ventilation System installed into a roof cavity to circulate airflow.
Healthy Homes Tasmania installed this ventilation system into a ceiling cavity to increase circulation and reduce the propensity for mould growth.

Common Types of Mould in Homes

On time, Budget Conscious and Great Service

Healthy homes Tasmania loves building healthy relationships with our happy customers. Great customer service and achieving even better results is why we are Tasmania’s preferred Mould remediation specialist.

Our team has helped many Tasmanian home owners, investors and even tenants resolve mould issues. Our team services Northern and Southern Tasmania, with many happy customers loving what we do.

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