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How to deal with dampness on your walls during the monsoons

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Many people believe that dampness on walls is due to a faulty wall, flooring or ceiling work in our neighbours home. However, even a poorly tiled bathroom can cause damp patches on the outer walls, making your bedrooms and passages look bad. Parikshat Hemrajani, co-founder of Hipcouch, an interior design company says: “Dampness results in peeling paint, mould, fungus, leakage and making the home look sticky. If ignored, dampness could do serious damage to the walls and structure of the house, so it’s advisable to act quickly as soon as one notices any dampness on the walls.”Many people believe that dampness on walls is due to a faulty wall, flooring or ceiling work in our neighbours home. However, even a poorly tiled bathroom can cause damp patches on the outer walls, making your bedrooms and passages look bad. Parikshat Hemrajani, co-founder of Hipcouch, an interior design company says: “Dampness results in peeling paint, mould, fungus, leakage and making the home look sticky. If ignored, dampness could do serious damage to the walls and structure of the house, so it’s advisable to act quickly as soon as one notices any dampness on the walls.”

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