Watch to find out the top three actions you can take to protect your rental property!
Damp is a common issue, particularly over the winter months. Everyday activities like showering or drying clothes create moist air. When that air has nowhere to go, it can seep into the walls, leading to unsightly marks and mould – and tenant complaints.
But what are the differences between damp, mould and condensation? And how can you identify the cause early and avoid further problems developing in your property?
To help you understand how to prevent the development of damp, mould and condensation, our landlord insurance partner, Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance has put together a short video.
Visit Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance’s expert guide to learn more about how you can identify and treat damp, mould and condensation before it damages your property and becomes an unwanted expense.
Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance has also put together a helpful advice sheet to assist your tenants in identifying and managing the effects of damp, mould and condensation.
For further guidance on getting your property ready for the winter months visit Get winter ready – everything you need to protect your property.