Damp Proofing Streatham

Damp Proofing Streatham Team

Damp proofing Streatham services help stop moisture from rising or passing through the building structure and affecting the internal fabric. Your walls become discolored due to dampness. If the dampness is not treated in time, it could cause wet rot leading to dry rot and mold, and can cause major damage to your property.

Our Streatham damp proofing team will accurately diagnose your damp issue and recommend the best damp treatment for you. Our team will:

 

  1. Identify the nature, type, and extent of the damp issue
  2. Determine the cause of the damp by finding the source of moisture
  3. Look for any other affected or at risk areas so nothing is missed
  4. Walk you through the different forms of damp treatment available for the type of damp issue you have
  5. Look for any signs of any other associated timber problems as a result of the damp issue (such as wet rot)
  6. Advise on additional steps (if any) that are required to safeguard the property
  7. Propose the most appropriate damp solution tailored to your needs and budget
  8. Provide a survey report and Speedy Estimate within 72 hours
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    Rising Damp Treatments

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    Penetrating Damp Treatments

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    Condensation Control

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    Timber Treatments

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    Wet Rot Treatments

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    Dry Rot Treatments

Contact Us Today for your Damp Proofing Streatham damp proofing Streatham Service.

Stop The Rot NOW!

Plastering Services

W.E. Damp Proofing Streatham and Plastering Services offer a quality plastering service which aims to provide a reliable, cost-effective plastering work and rendering systems to the wider community and business clients working within the construction, social and government sectors. All our plastering and rendering is delivered to the highest standards. While meeting all the safety standards we provide a safe and professional work practice that has a proven record. We do not offer painting and decorating services.

Plastering and rendering work is carried out by our team of experienced plasterers and come with our guarantee, ensuring at all times they are clean, tidy, well presented and adhere to health and safety policies.

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    Home and Commercial Plastering

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    Flood and Weather Damage

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    Plaster boarding, fixing ceilings & walls, dot & dabing

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    Rendering Smooth Finish

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    Ceilings repaired & replaced

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    Any size job Large/Small Projects

Dry Rot

It is important to make sure you get dry rot treated soon after identifying it. Dry rot decay causes a musty odour and dampness. Timber may be covered with orange spores (mushroom-like). If you notice that your joinery and timber begin to crack, make sure you call a dry rot treatment specialist immediately. Our services are available for domestic and commercial customers throughout London.

You can come to us for

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    Dry Rot Elimination

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    Wet Rot Treatment

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    Woodworm Treatment and More

Basement Waterproofing

Are you looking to waterproof your property’s basement? You can get in touch with our team at W.E. Damp Proofing Streatham today.

We are specialists in basement waterproofing. It is easy to make basements livable by getting your basement waterproofed. We can install pumps and membranes, which help in channeling out any water or moisture from your basement and ensuring dry walls and a safe living environment. No matter the size and complexity of the job, our team have the skills and the resources to undertake projects of all sizes. Call W.E. Damp Proofing Streatham Today.

Our services include

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    Adds Space and Value

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    Helps to Reduce Energy Costs

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    Helps to Avoid Long Term Health Risks

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    Reducing Moisture Strengthens the Building Foundations

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    Helps to Prevent Future Flooding

Contact Us Today for your Damp Proofing Streatham damp proofing Streatham Service.

Wet Rot Treatments

Treating wet rot at the source

Wet rot is a serious problem. But stopping it means stopping the dampness: get rid of the underlying source of the damp, and you’re on the way to getting rid of the problem. We may need to expose the building fabric in order to assess the full extent of the wet rot. Once this is done, we’ll repair the timber which has been affected or replace it. We’ll also carry out wet rot treatments with chemicals and install damp proof barriers to protect the timbers.

W.E. Damp Proofing Streatham have worked on many wet rot problems in many different types of buildings. This includes old and historical buildings such as churches. In this type of wet rot treatment, you need to consider not just restoring the building’s integrity but also not removing its historic material where possible or affecting its appearance as it is often a piece of local history and should be dealt with in a sympathetic way.
Something wet rot requires an experts’ attention. In most cases, wet rot decay is typically found where damp is affecting the property. This means it may not be an easy problem to fix, the water ingress source must be cut off to ensure that the wet rot will not return.

Our services include

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    Identifying the Source of Dampness

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    Removal of Infected Timber

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    Application of Damp Proofing

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    Replacement with New Timber

Contact Us Today for your Damp Proofing Streatham damp proofing Streatham Service.

Condensation Treatment

It doesn’t matter whether you live in a listed building or a newly built home or apartment; condensation can have a big impact on your property. It might have small beginnings, but if you don’t deal with condensation right away it can develop into greater and longer-lasting problems. These include damp and mould, which can damage your walls and furniture, and become health hazards for both you and your family.

Condensation occurs when warm air hits cold surfaces, or when there’s too much humidity in your home. This is especially common in winter when your central heating system comes on in the cooler hours of the morning or evening.

As well as central heating, everyday things like cooking, showering, and drying clothes can release warm moisture into the air inside your home. When this moisture-packed warm air comes into contact with a cold surface, it cools down quickly and releases the water, which turns into liquid droplets on the cold surface.