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What is Damp Course Injection?

Damp course injections are chemicals that are injected deep inside the building material. They have a consistency that allows the active ingredient, silane, to be absorbed into the substrate both vertically and horizontally without running out. The silane then lines the capillaries before curing to create a water repellent barrier.
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What problems can be caused by damp?

Damp is unsightly, potentially unhealthy, and can cause heat loss due to the increased conductivity of the walls. If you notice the tell tale signs of damp the sooner you start thinking about resolving the issue, the less likely for more damage to occur and the lower the potential costs to remedy the issue.

Often, the easiest and most reliable way to do this is to contact an experienced and qualified damp specialist such as ourselves that are familiar with damp problems and the variety of damp treatments available.

What to look for?

  • Localised dampness — Blotchy patches on internal walls.
  • Plaster damage — Plaster & paint deterioration, blistering, appearance of stains & salts.
  • Wet Rot — Rotting skirting boards or timber.
  • Mould — Mouldy smell or signs of mould growth on internal decoration.
  • Moss — Excessive moss growth on external walls.
  • Brick damage — Moisture entering the brick (known as spalling) causes surface damage.
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How Trueform Plastering can help.

We’re here to help, if you have any questions about damp in your home please don’t hesitate to call.  We can call round and give you a free no obligation quote.

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