At UK Property Preservation, we offer a professional damp proofing service that keeps your property dry and comfortable, while protecting it from water damage.
What causes damp?
Damp affects thousands of properties across the UK each year, and is the result of excessive moisture building up in the walls and air within a home, with no means of escape. Damp can result from condensation in the air, moisture penetrating walls through poor insulation, or rising damp coming up from the foundations.
The cause is usually inadequate maintenance, poor quality building materials or low build quality. Moisture can enter a house through faulty double glazing, draughts in doors, through holes in brickwork or when water builds up underneath the walls.
The results of damp are as familiar as they are depressing:
- Reduced air quality
- A musty smell in rooms, which transmits to clothes and carpets
- Dry rot in ceiling and skirting boards
- Degradation of roofing timbers
- Black mould on external walls
- Damp ‘tide mark’ appearing on walls
- Flaking plaster and wallpaper
- Discolouration of paintwork and ceiling tiles
- Damaged carpets
Damp Proofing Injections
A damp proofing injection secures your home against damage by preventing excess moisture from passing through the walls of your home. As the foam defuses throughout your walls, it reacts with the silica in your brickwork to form a secure, water repellent resin.
Why choose damp proofing?
Damp proofing is the simplest and most cost-effective way to address the symptoms of long-term damp in your home and to prevent further damage.
- It can be used in any type of wall, including brick, stone and breezeblock.
- It is free of solvents and flammable materials
- Can be used in external and internal walls
- Long-lasting and quick to apply
How we can help
By treating your walls with damp proofing, our team can save you thousands of pounds in maintenance bills repairing plasterwork, timbers and ceiling tiles. We can also help you improve the atmosphere of your home by reducing condensation and preventing the growth of unsightly and hazardous moulds.
If you have noticed the symptoms of damp in your home, including condensation around your windows, moisture on walls or the first signs of rot in your skirting, now is the time to take action.
We provide our damp proofing services across the North East, to arrange for your assessment with one of our damp proofing experts, call us on 0800 032 9533, or get in touch online.