Providing a safe environment for your tenants is obviously a focus for any landlord, and that means spotting and dealing with damp problems.

Left untreated, damp can cause serious damage to the structure of your property, including rotting timbers – potentially reducing your property’s worth and your ability to rent it out. More importantly there are also serious health problems associated with damp, including from living with the mould that thrives in damp conditions.

Swift action will end up saving you time, money and your tenants’ health.

 

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