Exterior walls are one of the most important parts of any property. As the main barrier between your interior and the outside elements, it’s only natural you want to keep them in a good condition.
Cork is a powerful material with natural insulation, elasticity and water-resistant qualities making it useful in everything from construction and automotive to fashion and musical instruments. But can longevity be added to its long list of benefits? Read on as we take a closer look…
In the Covid-19 era, the nation’s focus on respiratory health has never been greater, and the public is now starting to show concern of the clear link between domestic living conditions and the respiratory system. The NHS officially acknowledges that “if you have damp and mould in your home you’re more likely to have respiratory infections, allergies or asthma. Damp and mould can also affect the immune system.”
Conservatories are a much-loved feature of homes across the UK. But they aren’t without their problems – specifically when it comes to the temperature. A new roof is often seen as the best solution for this, but there’s actually a better option when it comes to both cost and performance.
According to research by the Energy Saving Trust, a whopping 28% of people in the UK live in homes with mould. That’s almost a third of the population putting up with something that’s not just unsightly, but potentially damaging to their health.