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Damp Proofing your business or home is essential for both health and property protection.

New! Insulation method saves Thousands of pounds, ££££.

With this new method of insulating buildings, you will save a lot of money and interrupt of your project.

We have devised a method of insulating your building, internally, and some of the benefits are.

  • No expensive scaffolding!
  • Saves a substantial amount of money!
  • Done internally. saving the external look!
  • The materials used take only millimetres of space.
  • Creates a thermal bridge from the exterior cold.
  • Stops condensation and Black mould in its tracks!
  • Affordable!
  • saves on energy costs!
  • It more than Meets u values!
  • Comes with a ten-year guarantee!
  • And much much more!.
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Black Mould.

Black mould in your home or business is very easy to cure if you know-how, otherwise it can be almost impossible to eliminate, returning time and again after cleaning. Take my advice and get the experts in, we will diagnose, treat and eradicate the problem for good, guaranteeing our work for ten years.

These are just a few of the problems Black mould causes.

Possible health issues arising from mould include:

  • Headaches
  • Allergic reactions
  • Sneezing
  • Coughing
  • Runny nose
  • Red eyes
  • Skin rash
  • Asthma attacks
  • Fill in the form or give us a call for free information, or to set up your survey. Do it now and be mould free and healthy.

waterproofing cavity walls .to allow insulation in exposed areas. BEIS Research Paper Number: 20

2| P a g executive Summary Introduction and approach to the study UCL and BRE have investigated the effectiveness of waterproofing treatments to reduce rain penetration in unprotected masonry cavity walls on behalf of the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS). The aim was to establish whether the use of such treatments could safely allow wall cavities to be insulated as a retrofit measure in exposed areas, where such insulation was otherwise deemed unsuitable due to the increased risk of moisture ingress. A key feature of this study has been to acknowledge and investigate the implications of contextual factors that give rise to ‘As-Built, In Service’ (ABIS) conditions, as distinct from the ‘As Designed Theoretical’ (ADT) condition of walls. ABIS is defined as the physical state of real exposed walls of residential buildings at any given point in time post-construction, subjected to the environmental conditions found in-situ and to their ageing, and has been a consideration for the assessment of waterproofing treatments during this work, Click here for MORE

Condensation Problems

condensation problems
condensation problems, identified in our free survey.

Dampsolved&co It’s bad out there at the moment, that is for condensation problems, in your homes, especially when it leads to the black mould problems, fungi growing on the damp walls .behind wardrobes even under your beds, to cure the problem we have to look at good ventilation or insulation, usually both, as cold bridging of the external walls often causes the moisture in the atmosphere to condense on to the walls or ceiling, giving a perfect environment for the Black mould to flourish. Stachybotrys is a genus of moulds, hyphomycetes or asexually reproducing, filamentous fungi, now placed in the family Stachybotryaceae. Historically, it was considered closely related to the genus Memnoniella, because the spores are produced in slimy heads rather than in dry chains. The spores are harmful, causing respiratory to young and old. Call now for surveys and estimates at or call 07591501953

Condensation kills.

Condensation gives black mould the chance to thrive, look at the image, deadly for the person sleeping in this bedroom, caused by cold thermal bridging to the structure and condensation.

This can cause severe health problems, especially respiratory, we can cure this problem. if you are suffering from mould just call or fill in the form and we will be in touch.

Dry Rot

I recently attended a property in Hampstead London, to survey a dry rot problem, a terrible thing to find in your home, this being caused by the ingress of water from a new terrace roof, we were glad to give the first survey free, but we made a small charge for a much more in-depth destructive survey, in order to form a plan and estimate for the works. take a look at the images,

the client turned out to be lucky as the dry rot had not reached below the floor, although it had caused substantial damage to the window,.floor and skirtings, they were also lucky to be covered by the insurance policy they had in place, as this is sometimes a problem.

n the skirtings
dry rot
dry rot to the window

65% of tenants not aware of new Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act

51% of renters have experienced damp or mould in their homes

1st April 2019 – The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act came into force on 20th March 2019. According to the UK Government, the purpose of this Act is to ensure that rented properties are:

fit for human habitation’, which means that it’s safe, healthy and free from things that could cause you or anyone else in your household serious harm. For example, if your house or flat is too cold and you can’t heat it, this can affect your health.

The Act provides tenants with enhanced rights to take action against landlords who fail to ensure that their properties are ‘fit for human habitation.’

Safeguard Europe wanted to know what proportion of tenants were aware of their new rights and also to find out which building defects they had experienced which might render their home not ‘fit for human habitation.’ Working with leading pollsters, YouGov commissioned a poll of 1154 tenants in the UK who currently rent their home from a private landlord, housing association, or local authority.

With regard to awareness of the new Act, headline figures were as follows

  • 65% of respondents were not aware of the new Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018
  • 42% of respondents would be more likely to complain to their landlord/ housing association about defects in their rented home a result of the new Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018

Government guidance related to the new Act highlights a number of problems and defects that can affect rented properties, potentially making them ‘unfit for human habitation.’ YouGov asked the tenants which of these they had experienced in any of the properties that they had rented. The results are shown in the graph below:

The top response was “Damp and Mould” at 51.48%, showing that this continues to be a major issue in the rented sector.

Drilling down into the data, an unexpected observation is that tenants with higher monthly rent bills are more likely to report having suffered from damp and mould:

Those renting from private landlords were more likely to have experienced problems with dampness and mould than those renting from housing associations or local authorities:

% experienced damp and mould by landlord type:

  • Renting from private landlord 55%
  • Renting from local authority 46%
  • Renting from housing association 46%

This may be a reflection of the fact that previous attempts to improve the quality of rented accommodation (Decent Homes Standard, etc…) have tended to focus on housing associations and local authorities rather than the private rented sector.

Commenting on the findings of the survey, Safeguard Europe’s Managing Director, Hudson Lambert said:

Although it is disappointing that 65% of tenants are unaware of the new Act, it is still early days as it only came into law a few weeks ago.

Sadly, the fact that damp and mould topped the list of defects affecting rented properties came as little surprise. In many cases, these problems can be easily resolved through early intervention and regular maintenance. However there is a tendency to allow them build up until they become critical, at which point they can be more costly and complicated to resolve.

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