: Helen Taylor
Helen had severe damp problems, one of the worst I have
seen for a while... The whole of the dining room had plaster
coming away from the walls. After our initial survey we
found the old damp proof course had failed and Helen had
significant rising damp. First we knocked off all the contaminated
plaster to a height of 1.5 meters and removed from the property.
We then injected Dryrods into the walls and tanked with
Dryzone liquid DPC on the base of the floor and adjoining
wall. We then plastered the wall with Dryzone renovation
plaster and once dry, a skim coat of plaster was applied
and new skirting boards fitted. Helen was relieved to have
it done and her room once painted looked great.