Damp Proofing Services
When it comes to implementing a damp proofing treatment, it is important to know the type of damp present in your house. It will usually require either Rising Damp treatment, Penetrating Damp treatment or Condensation control; all of which need to be dealt with professionally for the best results.
Our London based damp proofing services include a qualified surveyor that can identify which type of damp you are dealing with, taking appropriate meter readings as well as carrying out inspections resulting in a report that states all necessary recommendations for us to combat the problem. At Timkon, we have a 20-year guarantee on our damp proofing services meaning that when we fix your problems, they stay fixed.
Not only do we provide in-depth services which tackle the issue, our knowledge and expertise can also be of use as we can equip your home with the tools it needs to protect itself in the future. We plaster your wall using our re-plastering specialist, provide you with condensation control as well as providing you with our complete basement tanking. It would be a waste for us to leave the premises without ensuring your home is fully secured.
If you are experiencing the effects of either rising damp, penetrating damp or condensation, do get in touch with us today. We tackle problems in areas such as Guildford, Surrey, Hampshire, London and the other Home Counties. Contact us on 01372 844534 or 01372 849975 as well as emailing us at [email protected]. Alternatively, you can fill out our online enquiry form or you can book a survey and we will reply as soon as we can.
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