Damp and Condensation can be confusing for clients and tenants – damp diagnosis must get the difference right.
Surveyor Jeff Holdsworth and MD Bryan Hindle spent a day at Property Care Association headquarters this week, along with other keen students of the dark art of condensation.
Industry expert Graham Colman was on hand to pass on his expertise to delegates, wishing to brush up on the finer points of dampness in buildings, particularly condensation.
With over sixty years experience between them, you?d think Bryan and Jeff had heard it all before, but no, lots of new things were discussed and learnt.
As Jeff said “Getting a few experienced specialists together, in one room, with someone of Graham?s calibre there, is always going to bring surprises – and everyone will learn something”
The day was supported by PCA member BT Preservation, because we value training very much.
Bryan was pleased with the day and spent the rest of the week boring everyone in the office with usual enthusiasm; “No company gets anywhere by standing still – even we don’t know everything and that’s with decades of surveying behind us” enthused Bryan “We owe it to our customers to keep abreast of things, that’s what they expect.”
The latest techniques for damp diagnosis, remote humidity monitoring, data analysis and testing techniques were dealt with on the day.
This means that whatever damp issue a client has, we have the knowhow and the equipment to correctly diagnose the problem and fix it – contact us for further information.
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