• November 21, 2014 - Darius Baltakis

    What is mould and why does it grow in some homes?

    Mould appears in homes that are damp or have extensive moisture in the air; this can happen in new and old homes, regardless of size or location. In order to grow, mould requires a number of conditions in its environment, these include: • Mould spores (This is where the mould grows from originally) • A […]

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  • October 14, 2014 - Darius Baltakis

    Condensation: What it is, and how to stop it

    What is condensation? Condensation is defined as water that collects on a cold surface when in contact with humid air, and is something that can be found in many homes and buildings. Condensation occurs in homes and is not considered to be a building fault, however it is often said to be caused by the […]

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  • August 12, 2014 - Darius Baltakis

    3 Quick steps to getting rid of mould

    At i-sells our main objective is to help people realize what mould is and how it can be prevented. Having the right knowledge, tools and equipment will eliminate any mould problems you may have in your home. As always there are a few options depending on your budget and requirements. Too much moisture? use a […]

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  • August 5, 2014 - Darius Baltakis

    Bathroom Zones, what are they?

    Bathroom zones are just a way of telling which extractor fan you can install at a specific place.

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  • February 28, 2014 - Darius Baltakis

    Does your home have a “Sick Building Syndrome”?

    Airtight buildings that do not have an adequate amount of ventilation lead to hidden mould growth inside the walls. Without taking necessary actions the moisture will produce toxic mould which is hazardous to our health. Most common symptoms are headaches, lethargy and poor concentration, skin irritation, dry itchy eyes and a congested nose. Leaving the […]

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