It's all about water, steam, condensation, biblical floods; whatever way the water is causing damp in your home we aim to put a stop to it
Often overlooked but condensation can be a crucial factor in preventing damp. Have a read on the wheres and whys of condensation and what to do.
The wood has got wet, dry rot fungus has landed and it is destroying the wood in your home. Action is needed along with a short lesson in mycology.
Although not as bad as dry rot it is a symptom of structural failure. If you think you might be suffering read this and see if it helps.
Fungus within the home shows a fundamental problem and more often than not it is associated with damp, poor ventilation and structural problems. This should give you a heads-up on what is growing on the walls and carpet and remedies that you can take.
Timber is vital part of all homes as it makes up the flooring, roof supports not to mention furniture. As there are many ways to use timber there are many wasy it can fail and this section will show you how.
A little knowledge goes a long way and we like to share our knowledge to you so you can understand what is going on before having someone round. This guide should give you a head start before making contact.
We have the know how and the necessary time, equipment and skill to treat the damp problem at hand using all the latest materials and tools.
Know thy enemy. A full survey would be needed to assess the problem before any work can be carried out. Free inspection is the first step to solving the damp problem.
Plasterers, carpenters and electricians are just a few skilled professionals you may need in treating damp and getting the finish you'll want.