Health problems Mold alergie

Health problems

Danger to children from mold

Danger to children

Uncomfortable living conditions

Soggy and cold

Do you have these problems?

Mold and dampness on walls or ceilings

Damp walls create a humid indoor environment and promote mold growth, leading to serious health issues like asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, and allergies. Mold is particularly harmful to children and the elderly

Unpleasant odor and allergic reactions

Mold is a type of fungus that thrives in moist, warm environments. It can grow on various surfaces, including walls, ceilings, floors, and furniture. When mold grows, it releases spores into the air, which can cause both unpleasant odors and allergic reactions

Cold and high heating bills

Wet walls can cause both cold indoor environments and high heating bills, as moisture compromises the insulating properties of walls and creates a host of other issues

Examples of walls affected by visible and hidden mold

Only 10% of homes have visible mold. In 90% of homes, mold is active but not visible

Visible mold on the wall

Visible mold on the wall, invisible mold under the plaster layer


Visible condensation on windows, invisible and visible mold around

Visible paint peeling and mold on the wall

Visible paint peeling, invisible mold under the plaster layer

Visible stains on the wall and invisible mold under the plaster layer

Visible stains on the wall, invisible mold under the plaster layer

The white wall and damp smell and invisible mold under the plaster layer

White wall, damp smell, invisible mold under the plaster layer

The white wall and invisible mold under the plaster layer

White wall, invisible mold under the plaster layer

Get rid of Mold & Damp

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    Dehumidification of the walls and the entire house

    Dehumidifying your walls and entire house is crucial for preventing mold growth, reducing dampness, and maintaining a comfortable living environment. We use specialized ARTEM REGART technology to thoroughly remove moisture, not just surface mold. Dry walls maintain warmth and coziness, improving the indoor climate and increasing the average temperature by about 3°C, which reduces heating costs

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    Forced exhaust ventilation in bathrooms

    Forced exhaust ventilation in bathrooms is crucial for eliminating moisture. It effectively removes humid air, preventing the formation of mold and mildew. Ventilation reduces the risk of moisture damage to walls and ceilings. Additionally, good ventilation maintains a comfortable microclimate and ensures the health of all household members

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    Penetrating waterproofing and mold protection

    Penetrating waterproofing and mold protection play vital roles in safeguarding the integrity and well-being of your home. By applying treatments that penetrate deep into concrete and brick, a resilient barrier against water intrusion is established from within. This method effects of moisture while also inhibiting the growth of mold and mildew

Damp & Mold Inspection

Before deciding on a method to eliminate dampness and mold, it's crucial to pinpoint the root cause of the issue
ARTEM REGART conducts thorough checks of your home's walls to assess dampness levels. A 60-point pre-purchase inspection of real estate is offered exclusively on a paid basis
Frequently, black mold and a musty odor lurk unseen behind seemingly pristine white walls
For a comprehensive understanding of the problem, to schedule a free inspection with an engineer. Free with the order of wall dehumidification


Since 2002, I've been immersed in engineering with a primary objective of eliminating mold and dampness to make your home dry and warm
I am a licensed engineer specializing in crafting comfortable microclimates, particularly in challenging environments with high humidity
If you're seeking to purchase a house or apartment, or need to tackle mold and moisture issues, just drop me a line — I'll handle the rest

Artem Regart


Elizabeth Evans 

“I called Artem to dry the walls due to a damp smell. He resolved it, making the place warmer and smell-free. He also gave ventilation advice. Thanks for your help.”

March 4, 2024

Alex Miller

“Artem sorted out my moldy, damp house by thoroughly drying all the external walls. I decided against selling it. Many thanks for the assistance!”

January 23, 2024

Olga Abeberry

“Artem conducted an analysis of the apartment being considered for purchase. Identified problematic issues. Thank you for your cooperation.”

December 19, 2023


  • How long will it take for a dried wall to get wet again?

    Following all recommendations for maintaining a comfortable indoor microclimate, walls stay dry for many years. External moisture typically doesn't pose a threat unless there's a persistent moisture at the base of the wall. The primary concern arises from internal issues within the house. To prevent interior side of walls from becoming wet, it's crucial to check ventilation systems regularly and install exhaust fans in bathrooms if needed. Additionally, after drying is complete, applying an absorbable waterproofing layer to the interior walls can be beneficial

  • Mold only happens in winter, why dry the walls in summer?

    If the walls of a house have absorbed moisture and haven't dried properly since construction, they won't naturally dry in our climate due to insufficient temperature and air humidity conditions. Internal humidity poses a significant threat. During the warm season, when the sun heats the house exterior, humid air can escape easily, and even a thin layer of plaster may dry superficially, creating the illusion of dry walls. However, the inner layers of the walls remain damp, fostering mold growth. When rainy weather returns, trapping moist air inside, plaster becomes wet again, exacerbating mold growth. Drying the walls interrupts this cycle by creating a moisture-resistant barrier between the exterior and interior, halting mold growth

  • What does dry walls affect and what doesn’t?

    Dry walls are resistant to mold, safeguarding residents' health. Moreover, the unpleasant damp smell will decrease.
    Additionally, dry walls have a profound impact on indoor temperature, with a temperature difference of 3°C or more between houses with dry and damp walls. This temperature variation significantly affects quality of life.
    Dry walls do not affect the external environment. They do not reduce the humidity in the room. The humidity of the air in the house depends on the outside air humidity and the temperature difference.
    Dry walls alone cannot completely eliminate the unpleasant smell of dampness. To completely eradicate the odor, it is essential to install powerful ventilation systems after drying the walls

  • When there is mold on the walls, I just wash them and paint them. Why do I need drying?

    If walls are already plagued by mold, it indicates that wall dampness has far exceeded permissible standards. Simply removing surface mold won't suffice; it persists within the wall and resurfaces shortly thereafter. Only dry walls can prevent future mold growth and mitigate the spread of hazardous mold spores, ensuring a healthier indoor environment.
    Maintaining dry walls is especially crucial for the health of older individuals and children. Mold spores and high humidity can lead to respiratory issues, particularly impacting the well-being of seniors and young ones. Such conditions can diminish adults' productivity and induce feelings of apathy, as well as many dangerous diseases. Thus, ensuring a mold-free and comfortable indoor environment is paramount for their health and vitality

  • Why do I need to check for dampness if the walls are white and there is no visible mold?

    Checking for moisture is important even if the walls are white and there is no visible mold, as moisture can accumulate inside the walls and remain invisible at first glance. This can lead to health issues, future mold growth, and structural damage to the home. Checking for moisture will help identify potential problems and prevent their occurrence

  • What is included in the pre-purchase inspection?

    I meticulously inspect all engineering systems, including ventilation, plumbing, sewerage, electrical, air conditioning, and heating. I adeptly identify hidden leaks and locate areas of dampness and hidden mold. Additionally, I check that indoor air quality meets pollution and carbon dioxide standards, and I verify compliance with building codes whenever feasible. In total, my inspection covers over 60 parameters to meet high requirements the safety and comfort of your home.I can find up to 90% of hidden problems, but certainly not all