Ann McCallum wrote:Thanks so much for your responses. I really appreciate it. I have a stone home as well and am trying to control the humidity.
I am not quite sure I understand what you do for the cupboards and the wardrobes.
Question about the dehumidifier .... how long is the hose? where does the hose drain (outside?) I really like that idea....
Do you have ventilation in your home?
We have a restored stone house with excellent ventilation called "doors" and "windows" - or, at least gaps under / around - and have never had any serious damp problem with the fabric of the building even in an internal bathroom with no window and no extractor.Ann McCallum wrote:Do you have ventilation in your home? Ann
If anyone in Crete knows the answer I'd think it would be Lavouta.Ann McCallum wrote:My question is do they sell this type of product at any store in Hania? Perhaps at Giannis ("Call me John") Drakakakis
Lavouta Central Heating
1. Where does one obtain the crystals (and containers)?Kilkis wrote:To reduce humidity in cupboards people usually use hygroscopic crystals. Warwick
Not so far as I know but they're very simple to install. Many Greeks who have them take them out for the summer and put them back again Sept/Oct time. Ours was put in by a local builder for the simple reason I didn't have the tools to cut a hole through 50cm of stone wall.Ann McCallum wrote:Does he install wood-burning stoves?
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