Layer de la Haye Damp Proofing Services
Damp is generally caused by the build-up of excess moisture within your Layer de la Haye building, usually from condensation or intrusion from the exterior of the property. Layer de la Haye Damp problems can also occour after a large amount of rainfall due to fault guttering that leaks or damaged roof tiles. There are many different causes of damp within Layer de la Haye properties, including rising damp and penetrating damp.
English Building & Restoration can quickly assess your damp issue in Layer de la Haye and give you the best solution.
Our Layer de la Haye team members are fully safeguard trained and can provide a 25 year insurance and mortgage backed guarantee.
Types of damp in Layer de la Haye we can fix
Rising Damp Layer de la Haye
Layer de la Haye Properties may be susceptible to rising damp if the building doesn’t have a Damp Proof Course (DPC) or has suffered damage. Also, if the interior or exterior ground level is raised, this can make existing DPCs less effective or render them useless.
Rising damp can cause a range of problems, including health issues, heat loss and damage to timbers.
To check for rising damp within your Layer de la Haye property, look for:
- Wallpaper peeling or falling off
- Tidemarks on the walls
- Damp patches, mould or stains
- Rotting or decaying skirting boards
Rising Damp Treatment Layer de la Haye
The best way to treat rising damp in Layer de la Haye is to repair the existing Damp Proof Course (DPC) or install a new one. The process involves drilling holes in the wall to inject a damp proof membrane into it, followed by replacement of any damaged plaster.
Once damp has been eliminated, we can set up an invisible barrier against further rising damp. This is achieved by injecting a concentrated reactive solution into the wall that forms an invisible barrier against further rising damp.
Bridging Damp Layer de la Haye
Anything that meets the wall at a higher level than the Damp Proof Course can form a 'bridge'. This allows water to bypass the DPC and eventually infiltrate the inside of the house.
Symptoms can be much the same as rising damp.
How to check for bridging damp in Layer de la Haye
Check your Layer de la Haye outdoor ground level is not above the Damp Proof Course and consider the effects of external structures such as stairs.
Check your Layer de la Haye neighbour's home. If your Layer de la Haye houses are attached in any way, this may lead to bridging. Check their DPC is present, above ground level, not higher than yours and not bypassed by external structures.
Internal Bridging should also be considered. It’s possible for bridges to occur within a wall cavity, often caused by trapped debris from the initial construction. Significant debris allows moisture to wick through and bypass the DPC.
Bridging damp treatment Layer de la Haye
Treatment for bridging damp in Layer de la Haye usually involves rectifying the root cause of the bridging. In some cases, a new DPC can be created at a higher level.
Driving rain on properties in Layer de la Haye near the sea or in exposed areas can suffer damp penetration from the relentless moisture. Symptoms may only be noticeable during wet weather, but it can cause long term problems with roofs, ceilings and walls.
Penetrating damp is most commonly caused by one of two factors around Layer de la Haye:
- Problems with the building, like a loose slate, blocked gutter or cracks in the walls.
- plumbing issues such as blocked drainpipes.
How to check for Penetrating Damp in Layer de la Haye
A watermark might appear on an interior wall, growing as water continues to enter. If you live in an exposed Layer de la Haye location, does the watermark get worse in bad weather?
When there are problems with the roof or gutter, rainwater is in regular contact with the wall causing visible saturation internally.
Penetrating damp is more common in properties over 60 years old with solid walls. On these, moisture is absorbed inwards through a process called thermal diversion. New builds with cavity walls offers more protection.
How much does Damp Proofing cost in Layer de la Haye CO2?
The price for Damp Proofing depends on a number of factors:
- Size of area that needs damp proofing
- Age of area that needs damp proofing
- Additional features to consider to protect from damp
- Access to area that needs damp proofing
- Condition of the current area that needs damp proofing
- Many other factors...
Prices for Layer de la Haye Damp Proofing can vary a great deal when the above information is taken into account.
The best method is for us to arrange a free no-obligation survey of your Layer de la Haye location. We can then put together the best, most accurate price quote.
Damp Proofing Specialists Near Me Layer de la Haye CO2
We offer a range of solutions to treat damp problems in Layer de la Haye, which often need to work in conjunction with each other to offer the most effective and long-lasting solutions. SE Damp Solutions achieve maximum damp proofing effectiveness using the best products and materials, with minimum levels of risk and disturbance to our clients, their Layer de la Haye properties and the surrounding environment.
Our Layer de la Haye based damp proofing services and treatments include:
- Application of a chemical damp proof course
- Installation of below-ground waterproofing systems including cavity drainage and tanking
- Installation of Positive Input Ventilation and Extractor Fans that will stop condensation and black mould
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