Assessing the Risks of Dampness and Mould Growth in Renovated Properties
Hashemi, A., Liyanage, C., Hadjri, K. and Khatami, N. 2014. Assessing the Risks of Dampness and Mould Growth in Renovated Properties. ZEMCH 2014 International Conference. Londrina, Brazil 04 - 06 Jun 2014 ZEMCH Network.
|Authors||Hashemi, A., Liyanage, C., Hadjri, K. and Khatami, N.|
A large portion of the UK housing stock was built before the introduction of the 1989’s building regulations in which insulated cavity walls became mandatory. It is estimated that 65% of the UK housing stock have uninsulated walls and 49% have single glazed leaky windows making them inefficient in terms of energy performance. There have been great efforts during the recent years to improve the quality and energy performance of such buildings through retrofitting/refurbishment not only to improve the living standards of their occupants but also to achieve UK’s carbon emission targets for 2050.
|Conference||ZEMCH 2014 International Conference|
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|Deposited||26 Apr 2021|
|Journal citation||pp. 30-44|
|Book title||ZEMCH 2014 International Conference Proceedings|
|Book editor||Hirota, E. H.|
|Formoso, C. T.|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.zemch.org/zemch_conference_proceedings|
|Copyright holder||© 2014 The Authors|
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