8:14 AM, 12th June 2015, About 8 years ago 29
I have a flat with a concrete roof. It is top floor and the roof is flat. Below that by some 2-3 feet is a suspended ceiling with a grid/frame of tiles.
My problem is condensation. There has been a steady drip of water onto the tiles from the cold roof. This also results in damp on the walls within the living space below.
I have been recommended a PIV system by Envirovent, who I am probably going to get in to do a survey.
First, I wondered what people’s thoughts might be? There is no leak – I have had a flat roof specialist look into it, and I’ve been up top myself. He tells me it is all condensation.
Would a PIV system cure this problem? How much should I expect to pay (if you know about them at all).
Thank you in advance.
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