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Tip 1: ventilate enough
This is the most obvious advice for fight humidity in a house, and it's also the easiest to implement: ventilate your home properly! Indeed, as the outside air is drier than that of a house, by circulating it, you drive out the excess humidity.
In addition, opening the windows 10 minutes a day every morning is generally enough to prevent the development of fungi and other manifestations of an excessively humid environment. Of course, if all the rooms in the house must be well ventilated, the water rooms are the first concerned.
Tip n ° 2: avoid drying the laundry in the living rooms
If you know little humidity problems At home, take care not to dry the laundry in the living rooms, but in a place that you can ventilate well. Otherwise, by evaporating, the water that is contained in the fibers of the laundry will end up in the ambient air and will eventually settle on the walls and ceiling.
Tip 3: Invest in chemical moisture absorbers
With their hydrophilic crystals that absorb moisture from the air, moisture absorbers that are commercially available are very effective in cleaning the air in a room.
They couldn't be simpler to use: by settling on the crystals they contain, the humidity becomes liquid; you then just have to empty the tank of its water (knowing that the average yield of a chemical absorber is two liters of water per week). For this solution to be truly effective in combating humidity in your home, it is better to have one absorber per room.
Tip 4: think about electric dehumidifiers
The electric dehumidifiers are devices which draw in the humid air contained in the room before drying it, cooling it and then heating it to a temperature identical to that of the room in which it is located; the air comes out free of humidity. Electric dehumidifiers are efficient, but greedy in electricity.
Tip 5: bet on wall dryers
A damp house is a house in which the walls tend to bead (especially in old dwellings). If this is the case at home, place dryers at the feet of your walls. These devices use electrical signals to reverse the process of absorbing water in walls: they draw moisture out of the walls by bringing in dry air.
An efficient and ecological process that can be installed on any type of wall!
Tip n ° 6: install double glazing
If in your living room you have water beading on the inside of the windows and the latter are often fogged up (one of the most frequent signs of humidity in a house), it may be wise to think about changing them.
New frames and better insulation will make it easier for you to maintain a high temperature inside the house, thereby limiting condensation.
Tip n ° 7: don't forget to ask for a CMV
The Controlled Mechanical Ventilation (VMC) is probably the most effective way to permanently wick away moisture. Its principle is simple: the VMC draws air into the humid rooms of the house and rejects it towards the outside. Know that there are 2 kinds:
Single-flow CMV: the outside air enters the house through the main rooms, passes through the humid rooms and is then sucked in by the fan unit which discharges it outside.
And the double-flow VMC: ideal for rooms that cannot be ventilated otherwise, this machine communicates the heat from the exhaust air flow to the incoming air flow. For its optimal functioning, it needs to be installed in a well insulated interior.