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Humidistat fan in kitchen

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NotGoodNotBad Thu 25-Oct-12 14:26:19

Anyone with any experience of these? Our kitchen is cold, damp and mouldy. It has always been cold (not on the central heating, though there is a kickspace heater) but the mould has only been a problem in the past 2-3 years, possibly due to the cold winters we had 2 and 3 years ago and possibly due to DH stopping up all the ventilation to try and make it warmer.

DH thinks we need to insulate the kitchen but I think it's a tricky job - tiny room so insulating on the inside would lose us space, and I'm not sure how we'd go about insulating the outside. I've been wondering if a humidistat-controlled fan is the answer, and whether any of you have experience of one? We do use the extractor fan when cooking, but not when e.g. washing up.

NotGoodNotBad Thu 25-Oct-12 19:35:32

No-one? I know it's boring but someone must have one!

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