What is the problem?
The plasterwork in the children’s rooms of the DRC is outdated, dilapidated, ugly and inadequate. In addition to looking unsightly and giving the impression of lack of care, it is also unsafe: moisture enters through the walls. This is not only uncomfortable, but also creates a bad atmosphere with damp, musty air and mould. Always unhealthy, but especially when it is a space for vulnerable children.
What is the solution?
The solution is to apply moisture-resistant plaster on the inside and out.
What is the result?
The new plasterwork removes the moisture problem from the children’s rooms, the stale air, mold and stuffy atmosphere. An overall improvement of the indoor climate in the children’s rooms and from that, everyone benefits.