Damp Proofing

Damp Proofing

Finding damp in your property is generally bad news. Damp can cause long-term structural damage and also be detrimental to your health and your family’s health. Therefore damp needs to be identified and treated as early as possible. This is because damp can quickly become worse, and as it gets worse the likely cost to remove and repair any damage will increase. Damp problems can also lead to timber decay which can be very costly.

We Can Help

Finding a permanent damp proofing cure and solution with long term guarantees can be difficult. This is where damp experts just like us at Dampair can help. We are a damp proofing specialists who specialise in a range of damp proofing services such as rising damp, penetrating damp, mould and condensation problems. We have lots of experience in dealing with a variety of damp proofing problems, offering a reliable and professional service to a number of customers.

If you are unsure which type of damp you have in your home, our experts can advise on how the problem is being caused and what we can do to help you. There are many examples of such causes of damp.

Signs of damp:

  • Mould infestation
  • Condensation problems
  • Damage to guttering
  • Musty Smells
  • Burst pipes
  • Defective door and window frames
  • Faulty drip grooves
  • Porous brickwork
  • Rising damp – failed damp proof courses
  • Cavity wall issues


If you suspect damp you need to check the source of the excess moisture on the outside and within the building and fix it.  You should seek professional advice from damp experts.  Dampair are damp proofing specialists. If you are not sure which damp your property is suffering from and you think you need some kind of damp proofing then contact our team.

Examples Of Damp

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