On 30 Mai, 20:21, email@example.com wrote:
Hello, I saw the other answers and here are my questions: What does a
drainage on the inside or outside help with drying of the walls or
humidity level in the air? This will stay most likely the same and
condensation on the walls could cause mold, right? There are different
approaches to tackle a so called wet basement, but first of all we
have to check out what kind of and where the water/humidity is coming
from. Some hints and cures are to be found on this website: www.drytronic.com
- perhaps some examples look familiar.
Well, that's a good point. Then instead of opening the floor for
getting mice through the inner drainage and sump pump things, you
could also install electrodes into the floor to stop the wicking
process. It is actually the same then in the walls. The repelling
power is essential. This way you can also eliminate AC systems and
save a lot of energy as well.
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