Southampton might be home to the Saint's but it's also home to our dedicated team of rot, woodworm and damp specialists. On a daily basis we regularly deal with the most common property care issues including woodworm, rising damp, condensation and wet or dry rot. Backed by the resources of a national company, we provide quality treatments and services for damp, woodworm, rot and condensation that are tailored to the needs of our customers from residential homes to a wide variety of businesses, large and small.
Our Damp, Rot and Woodworm Treatments
Damp proofing treatment - helps to prevent water being absorbed through walls or floors into the interior of a property. Our extensive inspections are by qualified and experienced surveyors. Who will diagnose the extent and type of dampness - providing recommendations for the most effective treatments to solve the damp issue affecting your property.
Wet or dry rot treatment - helps to eliminate wood destroying fungus that can weaken and damages structural timbers. We offer professional diagnosis of the type of rot affecting the building, and will tailor a solution to protect your property from further damage. All our rot treatments carry a 30 year guarantee.
Woodworm treatment - helps to control woodboring beetles and their larvae in infected timbers. Our qualified surveyors will complete a comprehensive woodworm survey accessing the extent of any infestation, the species of woodworm involved and recommend targeted, effective treatment to eliminate the pest before it can spread any further.
Basement waterproofing & tanking - helps to transform damp basements, cellars and vaults into dry habitable spaces. Our experienced and qualified surveyors will carry out an inspection survey of your subterranean area and discuss your requirements for this space. They will then recommend suitable options and design a waterproofing system specifically to meet your requirements.
Condensation solutions - help to ventilate any kind of property whether apartment, bungalow or house. Replacing the moisture laden air with fresh, filtered air and maintaining humidity levels to reduce or eliminate surface condensation - the main cause of mould growth.