Sign No.1: Mould on the walls and ceilings.
Sign No.2: Mould in and around the shower or bathtub.
Sign No.3: Excessive condensation.
The truth is that if a bathroom isn't ventilated properly, excess moisture can build up leading to an unwanted growth of mildew.
There are a few ways to combat the problem. First and foremost, have a high-performing vent fitted in your bathroom. When installed correctly, a bathroom vent will expel extra moisture, pollutants, odors and humidity from the room.
If your shower opens straight to the ceiling, you'll want to plan on installing a large enough vent in the shower - or as close to the ceiling directly above the shower or tub unit as possible. That way the excess moisture can be circulated out quickly, avoiding the chance of damage.
Some showers, such as 100 percent cast acrylic showers and tubshowers from Longevity Acrylics, are designed with roofs so the steam will not penetrate the ceiling which causes mould or other damage. That makes these units ideal for long-lasting safety and durability.
Longevity Acrylics makes it easy to find new bathware you'll love. But always remember that to keep yourself safe and your bathroom looking like new; it's vital to install proper ventilation.