Wet Rot / Dry Rot

All wood rotting fungi require moisture in order to thrive. Keep timber dry it will not decay. However, if untreated timber is allowed to become damp and to remain in…

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Damprite Damp-proofing Contractor

Can We Fix It? Yes, We Can! Our Company was formed in July 1985 with the expressed objective of providing a dedicated specialist service to the damp timber treatments and…

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Damp and Solving Damp

What is Damp? Damp comes in three forms: rising dampness, penetrating dampness, and condensation. We help with many other defects like dry rot, wet rot, black mould, woodworm, restoration and…

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Woodworm Treatment Services in Ireland

What Is Woodworm / Wood Worm? A wood boring insect and the wood-boring larva of the beetle. Insects penetrate wood and the damaged condition of wood resulting from infestation. Buildings…

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Condensation in Buildings

Problems & Solutions of Condensation in the home The Problem: nowadays, construction detailing in terms of draught proofing and modern day living patterns gives rise to a growing problem, which…

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Surveys and Reports

Surveys and Reports for buildings in Ireland Building Surveys If you have a serious damp issues other than rising or falling damp problems, we can offer a comprehensive moisture monitoring…

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What is Rising Damp

Rising Damp is ground dampness the lower regions of old walls are affected by damp from the ground. In a modern building, a watertight damp-proof membrane is placed in the…

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Dealing with Condensation

Condensation and the Facts The atmosphere inside buildings has a major impact on health and safety of those working indoors. To improved building features in our homes, such as cavity…

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Symptoms and Treatments of Damp

Rising damp is at the lower part of walls and solid floors, and is caused by nature – water soaking up from the ground. Modern houses, will be protected by…

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