Book: The Warm Dry Home

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The Warm Dry Home:

Whether you live in a Victorian brick terraced house, or a 7 bedroom Cotswold stone country mansion, this book is for you.

Home owners, Building Surveyors, Architects, Engineers, Builders and Environmental Health Officers will also learn from a wealth of easily understood information. It will help prevent dampness and disrepair in the buildings they work with, and correct existing problems. They will never again resort to chemical injection, tanking or timber treatment.

Packed with practical advice to help understand the building environment, the book breaks down common mis-understandings as to why houses become cold and damp. Hundreds of photos and clear, easy to understand diagrams illustrate the book.

The author de-bunks the myth of rising damp, and explains the simple science behind the reasons for damp problems.

The book explains how to keep the home environment warm and healthy, by managing lifestyle and becoming aware of the sources of moisture that cause damp problems.

The author is a well-known advocate against any form of damp proofing. His YouTube channel and websites are packed with useful information. This book collects the experience of many years of building surveys into a single, easily understood volume.

Note:  Price includes Post and Packing in UK only. Orders for Eire and the EU will incur additional postage charges which are added at checkout.

Returns Policy: Books can only be returned if unopened, and untouched by human hand, in the original sealed cardboard wrapper. We suggest using Royal Mail parcels. We cannot offer refunds for opened, or damaged books due to health grounds. We will refund cost of book less our shipping and handling charges. We don’t offer refunds if you ‘dont like the photos’ or feel we should offer a cloud based download facility for the photos and text as one person wanted. 

Additional information

Weight 0.8 kg
Dimensions 39 × 30 × 4 cm

2 reviews for Book: The Warm Dry Home

  1. Dana

    Hi there, i read your blog occasionally and i own a similar one and
    i was just wondering if you get a lot of spam remarks?
    If so how do you reduce it, any plugin or anything you can advise?
    I get so much lately it’s driving me insane so any
    assistance is very much appreciated.

  2. Peter Ward

    Hi – not many – but I do have a good web developer who keeps an eye on it – many will come via your ISP – commenting on spam is a bit above my pay grade!


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