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How to Combat Damp

How to Combat Damp
Condensation is the most common type of damp and is also the easiest to fix. It can often be solved cheaply and quickly, and sometimes without the need for professional help. Condensation can be treated by reducing air humidity or keeping surfaces above dew point temperature. Humidity is reduced by cutting the amount of moisture available or increasing ventilation by opening windows, etc. Tumble dryers should be vented to the outside if not of the condenser type, and clothes drying indoors is best avoided.

Penetrating damp is caused by water leaking through walls. It tends to happen as a result of structural problems, such as faulty guttering or roofing, or cracks in external walls. Penetrating damp can be caused by water leaking from gutters and downpipes on the outside of your home, so examine them for cracks. Fixing them could solve the problem.

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Damp course injection
Damp proof injection is a fast, cost-efficient and highly effective form of damp treatment. It is commonly used as a remedial damp proof course on buildings where the existing DPC has failed due to age or deterioration.

Exterior coating
If the exterior walls of your home are starting to deteriorate, don’t wait. Our professional teams can prepare and protect them, solving any damp problems and improving the functionality and appearance of your property.

Damp tanking
Tanking walls will prevent damp problems by forming an impermeable waterproof barrier that is formed using tanking slurry that is applied directly to the wall. it's ideal for coating foundation walls below-ground level.

PIV unit
Positive Input Ventilation - The coating increases the energy performance by 12.5% on new panels straight out of the factory, so if your panels are dirty, then this will drastically increase the percentage.

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