MOULD HELP


Postby LORRIGIRL29 » Mon Nov 10, 2008 10:01 pm

HELLO IN THE KITCHEN HOUSE WAS BUILT 1900 THERE IS MOULD ON THE INTERNAL WALLS GABLE END OF KITCHEN AND IN THE COUBARDS
THE PEOPLE TRYD TO PUMP INSULATION IN THE WALLS BUT COULDNT COS THERE WASNT ENUGH CAVITY SPACE AND A BIT IN THE TOP CORNERS OF THE CELING BUT A LOT BEHIND FLOOR COUBARDS AND IN THE COUBARDS THERE IS A 3FT GAP FROM FLOOR TO GROUND LEVEL UNDER THE KITCHEN ANY HELP PLEASE WOULD I NEED TO DAMP COURSE IT OR WHAT HELP
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Postby welsh brickie » Tue Nov 11, 2008 2:01 pm

you can use the sprayfoam you have left from your shed to insulate the walls ,remove the kitchen units and spray the wall as it is hidden this will stop all the damp.
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Postby LORRIGIRL29 » Tue Nov 11, 2008 7:58 pm

BUT SUERLY THIS WONT CURE THE DAMP IF IT IS RISEING DAMP WOULD I NEED A COURSE OF DAMP PROOF AND HOW DOES THE FOAM SPRAY ON THANKS.
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