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Our first priority and responsibility as a landlord is to provide you with a safe and healthy home.

All homes are at risk of condensation, particularly through the winter months. If you have excess condensation in your home, this can lead to problems such as mould growth, which can affect your health and the health of your home.

Small amounts of condensation are not usually a problem, and there are some everyday things we can all do to help prevent it.

We have worked with the Energy Saving Trust to create a short video to help you manage condensation and maintain a healthy home.

We also share information about the different types of damp so that you can identify any potential concerns and let us know if there is a problem.
 
If you spot any damp or mould in your home - or following these tips does not reduce excess condensation - let us know straight away and we’ll arrange to inspect so we can let you know the next steps.
 

We encourage you to get in touch as soon as you notice a problem so we can sort things out quickly. We use a range of improvements to resolve damp and mould problems.

This information is part of our overall response to damp and mould. You can read more about how we identify and resolve issues here.
Further resources in easy read and different languages
We also have a healthy home handbook available in different languages and formats which includes tips to help reduce condensation: