Bathroom Mould


Postby Bighoolio » Tue Dec 04, 2007 2:40 am

Hi

I have a mould problem in my bathroom. I have installed an extractor fan which has only slightly reduced the problem. I have also painted the ceiling with antifungal paint, but the mould just keeps comming back.

I have had a builder inspect the mould and he recommends the following:
- Install a bigger doulble radiator
- Take down bathroom celing and install insulation, then reskim and decorate ceiling. There is currently no insulation fitted in the space between ceiling and flat roof.

I thought mould in bathrooms was caused by a lack of ventilation. I am not convinced that what the builder recommends will work.

Do you have any advise/suggestions.

Thanks for your help.
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