Can You Spot The 5 Problems With This Picture?
17 October 2016
To the untrained naked eye, the picture above shows a typical, idyllic domestic setting, featuring a mother and daughter reading a story besides a roaring fire. Yet not all is as well as it seems! Unknown to them they are blissfully unaware of the 5 potential property horrors that are surrounding them and hidden in plain view. What are the potential problems? Study the picture above and let’s see if you can pass the test…
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In the build up to the cooler autumnal and winter months, you should have your central heating checked and serviced to make sure there are no potential problems with your heating system. A leaking radiator valve, no matter how small the leak, can lead to damp problems occurring. A small damp issue can if left unchecked then progress into more serious problems taking place such as wood rot.
Damp Tide Line On Wall
If you have noticed a discolouring of your interior wall, this is likely due to water rising through the fabric of your wall.
There are certain checks for damp that you can do yourself without the assistance of a surveyor, or the use of any kind of gadget. Simply looking and running your hands around the suspected rising damp area will allow you to see any visible signs of damp, as well as touch indicators such as bumps or air pockets in the wallpaper.
Do you need help with a property care problem?
If you are concerned or have any questions about a potential problem that is occurring in your home, please feel free to chat directly to one of our property care team who would be delighted to help you further. Simply request a property survey online and we’ll arrange a convenient time to visit you and your property to obtain a better understanding of the property issues you have. Alternatively, give us a call on 0800 288 8660 and speak direct to your local team of Timberwise specialists. If you are looking for a great resource for home and garden supplies and services have a look at Home and Garden Directory.