Unit 38 The Oaks,Manston Business Park,Invicta Way, Ramsgate,Kent, CT12 5FD

01843 280812

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Damp Proofing Treatment

Damp proof course installation-Rising/Penetrative Damp

Damp proof course installation-Rising/Penetrative Damp

We install new chemical Damp Proof Courses.

Older properties may not have been built with a damp proof course or, as is sometimes the case, the existing damp proof course may have broken down over time, or have become "bridged".

Increased external ground levels, or blocked cavities may contribute to the rise of dampness within wall structure.

Remedial work/treatments:

We identify the source(s) of damp ingress and advise on all remedial work required, including:

  • Installation of new Damp Proof Course
  • Installation of damp proof membrane/render



As well as treating your Timber and Damp problems, we are able to provide every other service you need - such as Plastering and Rendering.

Quality Rendering & Plastering:

  • External Damp-proof Wall Renders
  • Interior Ceilings and Walls

Basement Damp Proofing

Basement Damp Proofing

Basement flats (which are either fully, or partly, below ground level, very often suffer from Damp. See the photos below to see what we can do.

Example of Basement Tanking work at a property in St Peters, Broadstairs

Crack stitching

Crack Stitching

Wall crack repair

  • Re-enforcing stainless steel rod system
  • We are able to stitch wall cracks, regaining the strength of the wall structure.
  • Tensile strength - more than double required by BS5628



Condensation can arise from a number of sources, most commonly from the contact of warm, humid air with cold surfaces, including walls and window frames. Condensation can also arise from additional humidity in the air due to showers, cooking vapours and washing/drying clothes.

Condensation is often more noticeable in Winter, when wall and window surfaces are colder and clothes may be hung up to dry inside the house.

Un-treated condensation can lead to the growth of mould which can be detrimental to health. In suitable conditions, mould can grow very quickly.

Some fungi produce toxic substances called Mycotoxins, as well as a large number of volatile organic compounds - which cause the familiar "mouldy" odour.

Areas We Cover

We cover the whole of Thanet towns and surrounding areas:

  • Herne Bay
  • Birchington
  • Margate
  • Broadstairs
  • Ramsgate
  • Minster
  • Sandwich
  • Wingham