Problems become apparent after two or three winters, or sometimes even longer. Some customers will have dampness and condensation problems that they do not realise are caused by the CWI, and will therefore not have reported them to anyone, this is particularly true if the installation took place prior to them moving into the home. This problem has been exacerbated by the recent increase in usual weather events such as flooding.
Others have not noticed any physical symptoms, but neither have they seen the promised reductions in their fuel bills. If the walls and insulation hold moisture, any ensuing evaporation will actually cause a reduction in the thermal insulation qualities of the wall. This is a similar effect of wearing wet clothes, it doesn’t matter how many layers you wear, if they are wet, you will feel cold.
Moisture, peeling wallpaper and condensation on windows & other cold surfaces
Causing walls to buckle and and other structural problems
Rotting wood work as well as mould, mildew and fungus growth
Energy bills not being reduced or in some circumstances increasing.
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