I live in a block that was evacuated during the summer and they are in the process of removing the cladding from our building now. It was already damp and mould and condensation were problematic. This has become much worse. My walls are running water and the mould the maintenance crew removed last week is already back. I have bought a dehumidifier and it should be delivered any minute. I got a powerful one designed for use in the U.K. It was £230 but I hope to get that back from
However, I have seen conflicting information regarding their use and wondered if anyone uses one, does it help or are COPD symptoms worse? I do need to get rid of the wet and mould so feel there's no choice apart from this or ask for a transfer (not easy when about 500 people who are stressed from the evacuation want that too).