Our team provide long term prevention of rising damp and moisture decay for your home or business in Richmond. With more than 45 years combined industry experience, our team have the necessary skills and tools to solve your damp problems. We offer damp treatment to protect your Richmond property from timber decay and structural damage such as rising damp, dry rot, wet rot and more.
A chemical barrier of DPC (damp proof course) is injected into the walls, preventing moisture from passing into interior spaces. If you think your property may already be suffering from rising damp, you may notice one of the following signs:
The DPC we inject is a concentrated thixotropic silane/siloxane cream that forms a barrier against rising damp. A silane vapour is released as the cream diffuses. This reacts with the silica in the masonry, forming a water-repellent resin. As there is no liquid or pressure involved in the treatment, the walls will dry quickly saving you unnecessary stress.
The DPC injection is just the first part of the treatment. The second involves re-plastering the walls with sand and a cement render that incorporates a waterproofing additive. This reduces the migration of salt from the wall to the surface of the plaster. Thanks to this double protection, you can rest assured that you will no longer suffer from a rising damp problem.
CPM Waterproofing Services Ltd is committed to helping our customers, and we will never leave a job half done. That is why we make you aware that the walls may still contain a considerable amount of residual water after the insertion of the chemical damp proof course. This will need to dry out naturally. Although the general rule is that one inch of water dries out a month, this will differ for each wall.
"I was very happy with the service I received. They were polite and reassuring, and they cured my damp problem. Very clean and tidy and would definitely recommend them to others."
Ann R in Putney, SW London
Contact us now to hire a professional rising damp treatment for your property in Richmond.