Rising Damp Survey
Have a Rising Damp Specialist Check Your Property
If you believe that you may have rising damp issues in your property then having a rising damp survey is important to have the correct treatment carried out.
Our specialists at Timberwise will ensure a full inspection of the property is made detailing any rising dampness problems occurring. Our surveyors are fully qualified to diagnose any of your damp problems and if these problems are serious, detail any treatments.
What Occurs in a Rising Damp Survey?
Our highly qualified surveyors will:
- Identify that is actually a rising damp issue that is affecting the property not related damp problem such as condensation
- Identify the cause of the damp issue and where the moisture originated from
- Assess the property to provide the best form of rising damp treatment that can be executed such as an inject mortar cream, chemical damp proof course, damp proof membrane or electro-osmosis damp proofing.
- Carry out any advanced checks to see if there are any serious underlying wood rotting issues such as dry rot and wet rot.
- Provide a report after the survey has taken place, detailing all the issues found and if there are rising damp solutions need to be undertaken in the future.
Once the Survey Has Been Carried Out
Once the Rising damp survey has been carried out the Timberwise surveyor will use all the knowledge and experience to provide the best treatment solving all the rising damp issues affecting the property. The most common form of treatment is through the installation of a damp proof course (DPC) which acts as a barrier protection.
All of our rising damp treatments have a long-term guarantee which gives our customers peace of mind that all of our work produced to the highest of standards. For extra reassurance, we are members of PCA and we are accredited as a Which? Trusted Trader.
Highly Qualified Rising Damp Experts
It is important that you contact an expert when carrying out a survey on your property to ensure the right damp issue is identified and the correct treatment is used. You can contact our team by calling 0800 288 8660 or requesting a survey online.