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Issues such as damp and rot can eventually cause structural damage to your property, so it is essential to identify the signs of damp as early as possible to help prevent any further damage.
If the physical barrier of damp proofing (to walls or floors) in a property is damaged, absent or bridged in any way it can potentially lead to building problems such as:
We provide an extensive damp proofing inspection by qualified surveyors who will assess and correctly diagnose the extent and type of dampness affecting your property.
Our experts will recommend property specific damp proofing treatments for the most effective way to treat your damp problem.
The Public Health Act of 1875 set laws for ground-level damp protection. All subsequent properties should have been built with some form of damp proofing.
The two types of protection methods for damp proofing residential and commercial properties are:
Issues with your current damp protection can occur due to subsidence or the result of long term deterioration which allows damp to rise through the walls. If you begin to notice:
Our Certificated Surveyor in Remedial Treatment can conduct a professional damp survey to identify the cause of damp. Rentokil's remedial damp proof course can then be installed to ensure your property is damp protected.
If you believe you have issues with your current damp protection contact Rentokil today to book your survey appointment.