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Damp Proofing Sale Greater Manchester (M33): Having damp problems in your house in Sale can cause serious health and structural issues, as well as being unsightly in appearance. Nasty damp patches and peeling wallpaper can hide a much more serious issue which, if not solved quickly, could lead to costly repair bills. It is far more cost effective in the long run to get in touch with a certified Sale damp proofing specialist to examine your home, and offer an extensive damp proofing solution for your property.

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Basically, in relation to damp within the home there are three significant problem areas:

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  • Penetrating Damp

  • Condensation

  • Rising Damp


The next paragraphs describe the causes of such damp issues in Sale, and the different ways of avoiding and solving them.


Commonplace external factors that can lead to penetrating damp include: cracked roof tiles, cavity wall issues, cracks in brickwork and defective guttering. Inside a building, the causes can be overflowing basins or baths, cracked shower trays and leaking or burst pipes. If left unchecked, damp dark patches on walls, broken or blistered plaster and peeling paintwork, will be the obvious outcome of water seeping into the woodwork and walls.

If you've got a leaking roof and it has been neglected for an extended period of time, it can cause wet rot in the timbers of your roof. Wet rot can't spread into the brickwork, but it can mean that in the worst case scenario your roof timbers become structurally unsafe, requiring a new roof. An unusual musty smell, a "spongy" feel to your woodwork and the appearance of black fungus, could all herald the existence of wet rot.

You shouldn't fret however, because to prevent these problems from occurring, a few straightforward steps such as repointing brickwork, inspecting piping for leaks and cleaning and checking your roof and rain gutters for leaks should aleviate such situations. As part of an overall damp proofing package, your local Sale damp proofing company will check out all of these factors.


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Condensation is extremely easy to identify and one of the most common forms of damp in many homes in Sale. When warm, moist air comes into contact with cooler surfaces, minute droplets of water quickly form. It is a problem due to inadequate ventilation in areas where there's high humidity, i.e. bathrooms, kitchens and boiler rooms.

Easy solutions to reduce condensation involve wiping away any droplets of water as soon as they form and making certain that there is adequate ventilation in the problem areas. The steps needed might involve the installation or upgrading of air bricks, extractor fans and cooker hoods, with the purpose of redirecting moisture laden air to the outside of your property in Sale.

A damp proofing survey by a trusted Sale company might also find factors which bring about the problem by sucking in damp air from outside. Airflow must be properly regulated to effectively control condensation problems, and a reliable damp proofing specialist will be able to give advice and offer solutions on this subject.

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Houses built since 1875 in the United Kingdom have required a damp proof course to be installed as standard. It's quite possible that you might not have one fitted if your home in Sale was constructed before this time. If you are suffering with rising damp in a home constructed after this date it may be that your damp proof course or damp proof membrane has been somehow or other.

Rising damp can be rather difficult to distinguish, but some things to keep an eye out for are; a white powdery deposit being discovered on floor surfaces or forming on walls, "tide marks" on walls and rotten or crumbling skirting boards. Whilst the existence of one or more of these is not conclusive, they're all indications of rising damp problems.

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Fixing rising damp problems can be as simple as checking your property's exterior walls and seeing if you can spot a DPM. It needs to be 150mm above the level of the ground for satisfactory protection. If this isn't the case you may be able to dig the ground away to generate this space, or if this is not plausible, you can put in a higher DPM.

If this isn't the problem and your damp proof course is in order, there may be more challenging issues to deal with caused by the dampness rising up from the ground beneath, up through your flooring, and into the walls of your property.

Using a variety of methods, damp proofing specialists in Sale can swiftly identify and solve your rising damp problems. If you have a somewhat older property with no DPM or one that is damaged over an extensive area, a damp proofing cream (such as Permaguard) can be carefully injected into your walls. This special cream is injected with a nozzle into holes drilled at intervals along the wall's mortar course, and before the cream cures it turns into liquid and soaks into the adjoining brickwork forming a barrier that is repellent to water.

If the damp proof cream treatment isn't suitable, or the damage is too extensive to your DPM, a brand new damp proof course may have to be installed. While this sort of repair work is a fairly extreme way to solve rising damp, it may be the only real solution in the final analysis.

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Painting with a bitumen based, waterproof latex emulsion, is another potential solution for less severe areas of membrane damage. Tiles, wood flooring or carpeting will have to be lifted before any work is carried out, since it is applied under your existing floor coverings. Also used as a part of the tanking procedure to make a space watertight, this is a particularly efficacious treatment in basement areas. For extra protection in these troublesome areas, your Sale damp proof expert may suggest laying building paper (a foil backed specialist membrane) before the bitumen coating has has dried out completely.

Tanking: In below ground areas like cellars, tanking is the process where surfaces that are exposed are painted with a waterproof coating. This must be applied on the base surface of floors and walls, so all plaster and wall coverings must be removed and the surfaces correctly prepared before work commences. You can replaster and decorate over it, as soon as the paint has dried out completely. Since it has to be applied to a whole basement level or ground floor of a building, this is an extremely disruptive process. It's therefore wise to seek the advice of at least three damp proofing specialists to make sure that this is really the only option.


Problems with condensation can definitely be improved by the use of dehumidifiers, which are a highly efficacious way to remove moisture from the air. The trouble with dehumidifiers in endeavouring to stop mould and damp is that they simply cover up the cause of the damp, don't get rid of it. If you're suffering from mould or damp in any part of your property in Sale, you can get in touch with a competent damp proofing specialist for the best advice.


Friends and family should always be the first port of call when you are looking for recommendations and testimonials for local professionals. Always obtain at least two or three different quotations from various companies, and if you're in any doubt you can ask to look at qualifications and professional memberships, before signing up for any damp proofing services.

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

Membership of either the PCA or DPA guarantees your chosen damp proofing provider is well qualified and has the necessary experience to provide a top notch damp proof service. Any remedial work performed by one of their members also comes with a guarantee.

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Damp proofing can be carried out in Sale and also in: Stretford, Urmston, Barlow Moor, Brooklands, Ashton upon Mersey, Didsbury, Northenden, Wythenshawe, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Flixton, West Timperley, Woodhouses, Timperley, Withington, Broadheath, and in these postcodes M33 2AW, M33 2FJ, M33 0EE, M33 0DY, M33 0FJ, M33 2BY, M33 2FF, M33 0AS, M33 2EX, M23 0QE. Locally based Sale damp proofing specialist will likely have the postcode M33 and the telephone code 0161.

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Recent Greater Manchester damp proofing job posts: Tom Benson and Jannat Benson recently requested an estimate for damp proofing an extension in Lees, Greater Manchester. Mr and Mrs Frost recently asked for an estimate for clearing up damp problems in a semi-detached house in Astley, Greater Manchester. Marco and Amber Heaton recently enquired about the possibility of fixing damp problems in Abram, Greater Manchester. Soren Durham and Erika Durham recently asked for a quotation for damp proofing a bedroom in a cottage in Little Hulton, Greater Manchester. Aarav Mcleod recently enquired about getting a price for damp proofing a cellar in a bungalow in Bradshaw. Scarlet Hudson and Jonty Hudson recently asked for a quotation for clearing up damp problems in a semi-detached house in Lees, Greater Manchester. Mayson and Julia Merritt recently asked for an estimate for fixing damp problems in a bungalow in Lees, Greater Manchester. Chase Lunt recently asked for a quotation for resolving mould and condensation issues in a cottage in Delph, Greater Manchester.


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Damp proofing services were recently requested by homeowners living in Conway Road, Beeston Road, Belgrave Road, Churchfields, Buck Lane, Belmont Road, Barleycorn Close, Turnbury Close, Sandford Road, Cranleigh Drive, Doveston Grove, Appleton Grove, Byre Close, Stanley Mount, Sunningdale Avenue, Spruce Walk, Berberis Walk, Talbot Road, Chichester Close, Bridgewater Street, Birkdale Place, Albion Street, Denmark Road, Derbyshire Road South, Alma Road, Brooklands Crescent, Selworth Avenue, Dane Mews, Chinley Close and these Sale postcodes: M33 2AW, M33 2FJ, M33 0EE, M33 0DY, M33 0FJ, M33 2BY, M33 2FF, M33 0AS, M33 2EX, M23 0QE.

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