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Elevating Indoor Air Quality: The Unseen Role of Rising Damp in Portuguese Homes

In the pursuit of healthier living environments within Portuguese homes, a critical but often invisible factor is the impact of rising damp on indoor air quality. Rising damp, a condition where moisture seeps upward from the ground into building walls, can significantly degrade the air we breathe indoors, affecting not just the building’s structural health but also the well-being of its inhabitants. Moisture-laden walls provide a breeding ground for mould and mildew, which release spores into the air. These spores ...Read more

Enhancing Energy Efficiency in Portuguese Homes: The Role of Rising Damp

In the quest for energy efficiency within Portuguese homes, a critical but often overlooked factor is the role of rising damp. Rising damp, a condition where ground moisture travels up through the walls, can significantly impair a building’s insulation properties. This often leads to increased energy consumption, particularly in heating, as damp walls require more energy to warm up. The impact of rising damp on a building’s thermal resistance is a key concern in Portugal’s diverse climate. Damp walls have ...Read more