Indoor mould testing in a historic building: Blickling Hall

@inproceedings{Aktas2018IndoorMT,
  title={Indoor mould testing in a historic building: Blickling Hall},
  author={Yasemin Didem Aktas and Jiaqi Shi and Nigel Blades and Dina D’Ayala},
  booktitle={Heritage Science},
  year={2018}
}
Indoor mould growth is a growing concern for all stakeholders of built environment, including residents, builders, insurance and building remediation industry as well as custodians of heritage buildings. The National Trust has reported this problem in a number of buildings under their ownership, and developed solutions and fine-tuned their maintenance programme so as to minimise indoor and surface mould growth risk. This paper reports findings from an extensive mould-testing scheme in Blickling… CONTINUE READING
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