Dealing with damp in traditional buildings Webinar #3
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Dealing with damp in traditional buildings webinar
Welcome to yet another appointment in this exciting series of online learning sessions by Green Building Encyclopaedia!
25% of the UK’s building stock is in need of energy upgrade.
One of the leading causes of low energy efficiency and structural problems in older buildings is the presence of damp and moisture within the building fabric. Furthermore, internally, excessive moisture can cause toxic mould overgrowth with consequences for human health and life.
In this session, we will address the most common causes of damp issues in traditional buildings and the possible remedies for each of them.
With the guidance of the expert author of the new standard “PAS 2035:2019 Retrofitting Dwellings for Improved Energy Efficiency” and a Retrofit Coordinator, we will address the following:
- Modern vs Traditional buildings in relation to moisture
- Most common sources of damp
- Moisture balance in buildings
- Design and construction techniques to address damp and moisture
- Heating and ventilation strategies
- Online tools. software and other resources available.
We encourage audience participation throughout and will end the session with a Q&A with your expert presenters.
Peter Rickaby, Director at UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings (by UCL and BRE)
Host: Edith Colomba, Director of Learning at GBE and Retrofit Coordinator at Ecocentric Design Ltd
This webinar is delivered ONLINE, however, if you are busy at that time, do not fear! Sign up anyway and you will be issued a recording afterwards.
If you join this webinar live, you will be entitled to 1 CPD hour.
This webinar is relevant to both beginners and experts. Whatever your starting level, you will get a roadmap for continuing and deepening your learning on the subject.
This webinar is most relevant to:
- Building environment designers
- Construction professionals
- Sustainability consultants
- Retrofit Coordinators
- Local Authorities
The price to join us on the live webinar is from £7.99.
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Looking forward to e-meeting you then!