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Hi

I have a tenant who regularly complains of mould appearing in the rooms downstairs. The specific wall is the gable end of a 1900 row of terraces.
When I go in to inspect I feel that the house is very humid, which I think is not correct and not helping the mould.
I could be wrong but I am judging this on the difference in being inside the house compared to outside.
I want to leave him a meter to measure humidity.
Any recommendations?
Thanks

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