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Lovemoney Logo By Hannah Ward-Glenton of Lovemoney | Slide 2 of 29: Before you can think about improving insulation in your home, you need to remove any sources of damp. If you don’t, your insulation efforts will be wasted and repairs or removal could become costly further down the line. The main causes of damp are excess moisture, poor ventilation and inadequate heating. Once these are eliminated, you’re all set to start insulating your home. You can find out how in our handy guide to getting rid of damp and mould.

Remove sources of damp

Before you can think about improving insulation in your home, you need to remove any sources of damp. If you don’t, your insulation efforts will be wasted and repairs or removal could become costly further down the line. The main causes of damp are excess moisture, poor ventilation and inadequate heating. Once these are eliminated, you’re all set to start insulating your home. You can find out how in our handy guide to getting rid of damp and mould.

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