About Cavity Claims
Cavity Claims uses extensive claims experience and puts us in a very strong position to manage your claim from the start to ensure that if you have a claim, you get the maximum compensation that is rightly yours.
Cavityclaims.uk takes a very personal view of this, our homes are our castles the place where we eat, sleep and live. If you own your home it will probably be the biggest ever purchase you will make, but homeowner or tenant it is important that your home is fit to live in. Damp in your home if not rectified is an ongoing problem that can severely damage the fabric of your property.
The map on the right shows large areas of blue, these are regions where high levels of wind driven rain are. These are areas where properties are experiencing the most damage. Do you live in the blue?
Contact Cavity Claims first for an informal chat so we can establish what damages your home has and so we can discuss how best we can resolve the problems. We’ll book a FREE property inspection and after our visit if we are able to confirm that the Cavity Wall insulation that was fitted is causing the damage, Cavity Claims will be happy to refer our case to a lawyer to fight your case.
Our panel of lawyers who work on a NO WIN,NO FEE basis, are experts in their field and will make the cavity claims process very smooth, stress free and only get paid if they win.
To ensure that your home is returned to its former glory, we have expert tradesmen ready and waiting to extract the insulation and complete all remedial work at a very high standard, you don’t have to lift a finger!
CALL US NOW 0161 451 4592 or fill in the contact page for a call back from us, let us help you get your home back in the condition you would want.
Our claim service is absolutely free to you.
Can damp and mould affect my health?
Yes, if you have damp and mould you’re more likely to have respiratory problems including asthma and allergies. Damp and mould can also affect the immune system.
Some people are more sensitive than others.
- Elderly people
- Those with skin problems, such as eczema
- Those with respiratory problems, allergies or asthma
- Those with a weakened immune system
Damp and mould is harmful for these people.
How does it affect your health?
Moulds produce allergens (substances that can cause an allergic reaction), irritants and, sometimes, toxic substances. Inhaling or touching mould spores may cause an allergic reaction, such as sneezing, a runny nose, red eyes and skin rash. Moulds can also cause asthma attacks.
Causes of damp and mould
Mould and damp are caused by excess moisture. Moisture in buildings can be caused by leaking pipes, rising damp in basements or ground floors, or rain seeping in because of damage to the roof or around window frames, damp can be caused by wrongly fitted cavity wall insulation.
A newly-built home may be damp if the water used when building it is still drying out – for example, in the plaster on the walls. Excess moisture indoors can also be caused by condensation. Increased condensation is common following the install of cavity wall insulation this will increase the amount of mould growth.
If you have mould or damp it’s important to find out why you have excess moisture in your home. When you know what’s causing the damp, you can make sure your home is repaired or take steps to limit the moisture in the air. You may need to get a professional to remove mould for you, but if it’s only a small amount you may be able to remove it yourself.
Has your property got cavity wall insulation? If it has, this could be the root of the problem, call us to discuss your options 0161 451 4592.