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Dampness in buildings.

Reginald Thomas Gratwick

Dampness in buildings.

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Published by Crosby Lockwood in London .
Written in English


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Pagination173p. :
Number of Pages173
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The review by Park and Cox-Ganser [41] considered evidence from studies of dampness and mold in workplaces as well as in homes and had similar conclusions but also summarized evidence that two . Dampness in Buildings and DPC. Definition: The access and penetration of moisture content into building through its walls, floor, roof etc. is called dampness in buildings. Effects of dampness in buildings: Causes rotting of wood. Causes corrosion of metallic fixtures.


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