The companies specialising in dampness remediation predicted at least 16 weeks drying time for the houses in my area using conventional dehumidifier methods.
When our surveyor visited on the 19th January 2016 she noted how warm the house felt in comparison to those heated with convection heaters and the odour was pleasant in comparison to other houses she had visited.
As the heaters warmed the house we could visibly see the dampness in the walls reducing. Our damp readings on the internal single brick walls showed they were dry inside 7 days. The external walls which are of solid construction and three bricks thick took a little longer.
On Saturday 6th February 2016 our specialist declared the house dry. We confirm that the time taken is 44 days, if not for the Christmas period which slowed down the install it would have been several days less. The far infrared heaters have worked incredibly effectively with great results.
Paul Higgins – Zero Carbon Energy