Have you ever noticed white, powdery stains on your walls, floors or brickwork and wondered what it was? Discover all you need to know about efflorescence and how you can fix it.
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Unfortunately, in the majority of cases, your insurance will not cover you in the case of a damp problem like rising damp or condensation. This is because damp usually falls under the category of ‘gradual deterioration’, which most buildings, contents and landlord insurance policies do not cover.
Signs of damp are not always easy to spot in your home. We identify the top three tell-tale signs that you have a damp problem and what we can do to help.
Rising damp occurs when the masonry structure of a property has been left unprotected and a damp proof course has either not been installed or is defective. Without effective treatment, rising damp will continue to get worse.
The damp proofing experts at Croft Preservation explain what cellar tanking is and why it could be a worthwhile investment in your home.