Damp Proofing Warwick

Warwick Damp Proofing & Timber Treatment

Damp Proofing Warwick Warwickshire (CV34): It's not simply the fact that problems with damp look unappealing, they can also cause chronic health problems and contribute to serious structural damage. More serious problems can also be hidden beneath damp patches and peeling wallpaper, and could cost 1000s to repair if not repaired swiftly. If you think that you may have such damp problems you must call in a professional Warwick damp proofing specialist to check your property, and suggest the most suitable damp proofing treatment for your home or business premises.

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In regards to dampness in Warwick structures, there are basically three primary types:

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  • Penetrating Damp

  • Condensation

  • Rising Damp


Below you'll find details about what may cause damp issues in your home or business premises in Warwick, and precisely how you may set about rectifying them.


Common external factors that may cause penetrating damp include: unsound brickwork, broken or loose roof tiles, damaged guttering and cavity wall issues. Inside your Warwick property, it can be the result of leaking or burst pipes, cracked shower trays and overflowing sinks or bathtubs. If left to continue leaking these factors allow water to seep into woodwork and walls, which over time result in blistering or broken plaster, damp dark patches on walls and flaking or bubbling paintwork.

Wet rot can develop in your roof timbers if you've got a leaking roof that's been neglected over a long period of time. Wet rot doesn't spread into the brickwork, but it can mean that in the worst case the timbers of your roof become structurally unsound, necessitating a new roof. Wet rot can be recognised by the appearance of black fungus on your woodwork and a spongy feel to the timber, together with an unusual musty smell from the decaying wood.

Simple actions like cleaning and checking your roof and rain gutters for leaks, inspecting piping for leaks and repointing brickwork, are the basic preventative maintenance measures. As part of an overall damp proofing program, your local Warwick damp proofing specialist will check out all of these areas.


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A common form of damp in Warwick homes, condensation is super easy to identify. When colder surfaces come into contact with warm, moist air, minute water droplets form on those surfaces. Poor ventilation in areas with a high level of humidity, for instance in boiler rooms, bathrooms and kitchens, is the most common cause of condensation.

Wiping away any droplets of water that form, and making certain that there is adequate ventilation in the main trouble spots, are amongst the simplest answers to such problems. Redirecting moist air to the outside of your home in Warwick, by installing or upgrading air bricks, extractor fans and cooker hoods, will help you to eliminate this annoying problem.

A damp proof survey from an experienced Warwick specialist may also find factors which contribute to the issue by sucking in damp air from the outside. Airflow has to be properly regulated to effectively minimise condensation problems, and a reliable damp proofing specialist will offer advice and solutions on this topic.

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Since 1875, a damp proof course has been compulsory in all houses built in Great Britain. If your house was constructed before this time it's possible that you may not have one installed. It is possible that your DPM could have been damaged in some way if you are suffering with rising damp problems in a property built after this date.

Rising damp can be hard to identify, but some things to keep an eye out for are; "tide marks" on walls, white powdery deposits being found on floor surfaces or appearing on walls and crumbling or rotten skirtings. It is plausible that you could have a rising damp problem if you've spotted one or more of these in your home.

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Merely checking your home's exterior walls to spot if you've got a DPM can be the first step towards solving your problems with rising damp. It should be 150 millimetres (approximately 6 inches) above the level of the ground for adequate protection. If this is not the situation you might be able to dig away the ground to generate this gap, or if this isn't feasible, you can put in a damp proof membrane (DPM) higher up.

If this is not the cause of the problem and your damp course is in order, there may be more serious issues to deal with caused by the dampness rising up from the ground beneath, through your floors, and into the walls of your property.

Damp proofing technicians in Warwick can swiftly identify and resolve rising damp using a variety of techniques. If you've got an older property with no damp proof membrane or one that is damaged over an extensive area, a damp proof cream can be carefully injected into your wall. Evenly spaced holes are drilled at intervals along the mortar course, and a nozzle is used to inject the special cream, which then soaks into the surrounding brickwork before curing to form an effective, horizontal waterproof barrier.

If the deterioration of your damp course membrane is too severe, or if damp proofing cream injection isn't an appropriate solution, you may have to put in a new damp proof course. Although this is obviously a pretty extreme plan of action, it may be the only way to remedy your rising damp effectively.

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For less severe areas of membrane damage, another potential remedy would be to coat with a waterproof (bitumen based) latex emulsion. Because this is going to be applied beneath your current floor coverings, tiles, carpets and wood flooring will need to be lifted before this operation can commence. In cellar areas this is an especially effectual treatment, and will form a part of the "tanking" procedure that's used to make rooms watertight. Before the bitumen paint has completely dried, your Warwick damp proofing technician might recommend laying building paper (a foil backed specialist membrane), for additional protection.

Tanking: In below ground areas for example basements, tanking is the process where exposed surfaces are painted with a waterproof coating. All plaster and wall covering must be removed and the relevant surfaces properly prepared before the commencement of any work, since this watertight coating has to be applied on the base surface of walls and floors. Once this coating has been put on and is dry, it is then the time to replaster any walls and decorate over the top. Since it needs to be applied to a whole basement level or ground floor of a property, this is an incredibly disruptive process. It's therefore advisable to call in more than one damp proofing expert to make certain that this really is the only solution.


Dehumidifiers are an effective way to remove moisture from the air, hence for condensation problems they can help quite a bit. The fact that these products just alleviate the cause of the damp and don't get rid of it, is the main disadvantage with the use of dehumidifiers. A professional damp proofing specialist in Warwick will be glad to give you advice on possible solutions if you are suffering from dampness in any area of your home.


As with just about any project, the best recommendations for a professional come from friends and relatives. Before hiring any damp proofing services, always see if you can get at least three quotes from different Warwick companies. If you're in any doubt about any particular company you can ask to see professional memberships and accreditations.

Keep an eye out for membership of and qualifications from organisations such as the Damp Proofing Association (DPA) or the Property Care Association (PCA), or contractors holding the CSTDB (Certificated Surveyor of Timber and Dampness) or the Certificated Surveyor in Remedial Treatments accreditations.

You can be certain that your damp proofing provider is suitably qualified and has the appropriate experience to offer a first class damp proofing service, if they are members of the PCA or DPA. Any damp proofing work completed by any one of their members also comes with a guarantee.

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Damp proofing can be done in Warwick and also in nearby places like: Sherbourne, Budbrooke, Longbridge, Woodloes Park, Old Milverton, Royal Leamington Spa, Bridge End, Littleworth, Leek Wootton, Guys Cliffe, Heathcote, Blackdown, Whitnash, Packmores, Hatton, Milverton, and in these postcodes CV34 4DZ, CV34 4TA, CV34 4TL, CV34 4SA, CV34 4QP, CV34 4BQ, CV34 4RA, CV34 4SS, CV34 4SW, CV34 4WP. Locally based Warwick damp proof specialists will most likely have the telephone code 01926 and the postcode CV34.

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There is a variety of work that can be completed by your local Warwick damp proof specialist including cheap damp proofing, property surveys Warwick, wet rot treatments, pressure grouting, damp proofing brickwork Warwick, plaster replacement Warwick, damp proofing floors Warwick, timber treatments in Warwick, solutions for condensation, condensation solutions, mould treatments, rising damp advice in Warwick, damp proofing a garage, leak detection Warwick, damp proofing concrete floors, damp proofing a basement in Warwick, cellar damp proofing, woodworm treatments, wood rot treatments, damp proofing internal walls, cavity wall construction Warwick, chemical DPC injection Warwick, wall tie replacement, domestic damp proofing in Warwick, vapour barrier installations Warwick, damp proofing services Warwick, solving mould problems, structural waterproofing, and more.

Warwickshire Damp Proofing Enquiries

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Latest Warwickshire damp proofing requirements: Mr and Mrs Cameron recently asked for a quote for clearing up damp problems in a bungalow in Polesworth. Mr and Mrs Fellows recently enquired about the possibility of eliminating condensation and damp problems in a conservatory in Whitnash. Mr and Mrs John recently asked for an estimate for clearing up condensation and mould problems in Cawston. Kristian Gooding recently enquired about getting a price for damp proofing a garage in Mancetter. Joanna Halliwell and Adil Halliwell recently requested a quotation for damp proofing a basement in a terraced house in Nether Whitacre, Warwickshire. Daisy-Mae Willis and Reagan Willis recently enquired about the possibility of damp proofing a conservatory in a detached house in Temple Herdewyke. Tallulah Preston and Ollie Preston recently asked for a quotation for damp proofing a cellar in Claverdon. Harris and Eshaal Slade recently enquired about the possibility of clearing up damp problems in Ettington, Warwickshire.


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Households in Charles Street, St Michaels Close, Banbury Road, Bettridge Place, Dancers Drive, The Green, The Ridgeway, Aragon Drive, Cowper Close, Sandy Way, Albert Street, Avon Way, Brook Lane, Brese Avenue, St Marys Close, Blackford Way, Beech Court, The Chantry, Castle Hill, Shelley Avenue, Boswell Grove, Birch Court, The Elms, Dicks Lane, Austin Edwards Drive, Council Houses, Simmons Court, Birch Grove, Capulet Drive, have needed damp proofing just recently. Waterproofing work also undertaken in the following local Warwick postcodes: CV34 4DZ, CV34 4TA, CV34 4TL, CV34 4SA, CV34 4QP, CV34 4BQ, CV34 4RA, CV34 4SS, CV34 4SW, CV34 4WP.

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