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What Are the Problems With Efflorescence?

15 June 2021

Efflorescence is a problem that generally surfaces when your property is encountering a problem with damp, and excess moisture present in the brickwork of a...

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What Are French Drains and How Do They Work?

8 June 2021

Whilst no two properties are ever going to be the same, there are certain similarities shared by certain structures that make them easy to maintain...

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How to Stop Water Seeping Through Walls?

2 June 2021

Lots of people wake up and face the same problem every morning: Water leaking into a property through the walls. It’s not that uncommon, and...

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What To Do About Woodworm In Your Loft?

27 May 2021

Woodworm is a problem that if left untreated can cause significant damage to your property. It is a problem that is affecting a large number...

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Does Rising Damp Damage Bricks?

25 May 2021

It’s no understatement to say that rising damp, and damp in general are prolific causes of property decay in the UK. One of the main...

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Does Bad Pointing Cause Damp?

20 May 2021

Damp is an issue that many people wake up to every day – sometimes for the first time, sometimes it’s been there a while, and...

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What Are the Signs of Structural Problems?

18 May 2021

Structural damage can be a serious problem if not fixed early enough. It is a big problem if you are looking to buy or sell...

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What Is Cavity Wall Tie Failure?

11 May 2021

If you own property then you are going to have to be vigilant when it comes to the state and quality of the building you...

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Why is There Damp Under Floorboards?

20 April 2021

Damp is a huge problem when it comes to property care. The fact of the matter is that damp can make its way into your...

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Why Is Damp Showing Through Paint?

12 April 2021

Damp is a tricky problem. There are a number of potential causes of damp including condensation and structural faults, and each of these causes requires...

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