Grete Heimerdinger has been the technical adviser for the moisture meter division for Lignomat. She graduated from the technical university in Stuttgart and started Lignomat with her husband in 1982. Lignomat now offers a full line of pin, pinless and RH meters as well as wireless monitoring devices for buildings. For more information on moisture meters and data loggers contact Lignomat at 800-227-2105 or go to

Moisture and Humidity in Campus Buildings: Early Detection and Intervention Are Key to Preventing Serious Problems

Outside of steam saunas, high levels of moisture and humidity in buildings are undesirable on many levels. Beyond making the interior...  More

Why Moisture Meters and Thermo-Hygrometers are Essential for Successful Wood Floor Installation

Moisture can have a large impact on the beauty and sustainability of anything made out of wood, from cabinets and furnishings to wood...  More

Keeping Wood Floors Beautiful for Years

Wood floors in gymnasiums have proven to provide unmatched surfaces for sports activities, from gymnastics to basketball. If taken care of...  More

Wood Floors and Humidity

Wood floors have been placed in many types of buildings for centuries, and they are used in almost every gymnasium for comfort in walking,...  More

The Importance of Measuring Moisture

Building moisture and humidity is followed by two different serious problems.  More

Maintaining the Beauty of Wood Floors

With their warmth and charm, wood floors continue to be in high demand for use in many spaces, from dorms to offices, cafeterias to...  More

How Wood Floors are Affected by Wood Moisture and Relative Humidity

Wood floors have been placed in buildings for centuries. They are used in every gymnasium for their comfort when students are walking,...  More