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Over the winter caravans often sit unused and closed for long periods, the humidity that builds up inside can cause stains on fabrics and rust on metal parts. When caravans are in use, as the space is generally quite small and several people sleep in it, the amount of condensation created can be quite significant, which can lead to an unpleasant damp and stuffy sensation. In both cases the problems caused by the humidity can be difficult or costly to deal with and may leave the caravan in a deteriorated state.

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Boats are especially vulnerable to the effects of excess humidity. High humidity levels on waterborne vessels can lead to damage to mats, rusting of metal objects and damage to wood. All of these problems are multiplied when the boat is left moored for a time. When you come back to your boat, sometimes there are unpleasant surprises waiting for you that are caused by humidity. The majority of damage caused by humidity in the boat’s interior can be prevented.

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Most summer or winter holiday homes and apartments are closed up for long periods of time. When you go for a stay after one of these periods, it’s not uncommon to encounter stuffy, unpleasant odours caused by a lack of ventilation and excessive humidity. The best way to control this problem is to distribute a variety of large-capacity dehumidifiers throughout the house. In addition to problems related to odours, it is also common for dampness to cause stains and mould to appear on furniture and curtains. All of these problems affect the condition and upkeep of the home, and can make your holiday getaway less enjoyable.

 

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The bedroom is one of the places in the home that tends to remain closed for the longest continuous periods with one or more people inside. This generates a large amount of humidity and the characteristic stagnant odour of stuffy rooms in the mornings. This is also an ideal place for mites to appear due to the humidity and the skin flakes which they feed on. All this can have a negative effect on your health and ability to rest.

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The kitchen is another area in the home that generates a lot of excess humidity. Cooking creates water vapour that condenses on walls and windows, over time this may lead to the appearance of mildew and dampness on tile grout and window mouldings. The kitchen ceiling suffers from the excess humidity and may develop cracks and the plaster may break. The effects of this are more evident in winter since the exterior temperature is much lower than the temperature inside the house. In the kitchen, changes in temperature can be very pronounced and deterioration may be much more evident than in other places in the home.

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The bathroom is the place in the home that generates the most humidity. Every time someone takes a shower the steam condenses on the walls, ceiling, towels ... Also bathrooms and lavatories generally do not have large windows which would allow proper ventilation of the room. Humidity accumulates on all the materials in the room and over time causes the materials to age prematurely, causes paint to peel on the walls, rusts metal objects ... making the bathroom look very unsanitary.

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