Month: March 2022

Damp investigation of a Grade 1 Listed building

Finding the root cause of rising damp symptoms is imperative especially when dealing with stunning old listed buildings like this Church. With over 20 years experience in building pathology, and having the latest equipment when […]

Can ground penetrating radar find a basement or cellar

People that own an old house have a fascination of whether they have a filled in basement or vault under the floor of the property. Obviously you could search through any old records or pictures, […]

How to lower high ground levels to stop rising damp

Have you got high external ground levels? Is your path bridging your damp proof course? Have you got rising damp, and been told you need to treat the damp with a chemical damp proof course? […]

CCTV drain survey of a 200 year old culvert on a Grade 2 Listed Building

Grade 2 listed building damp investigation, finding out why the building has damp issues. Well old buildings normally have old drains, that can have a few defects. Old drains and damp go hand in hand […]

Independent damp survey Wiltshire

It’s really important that a thorough damp investigation into the root cause before specifying repairs. Whilst this particular drain defect isn’t that common, this is something I have come across previously a few times. The […]