Water ingress can cause costly damage to your property. Our team of damp experts provide cost-effective solutions to help you resolve your damp problem.
What is water ingress?
The term ‘water ingress’ is used to refer to the process of water penetrating a building. It is also another term used to describe the effects of penetrating damp. Water ingress can be caused in a number of ways, the most common being:
- Blocked guttering
- A leak in the roof
- Faulty flashing around chimneys
- Deteriorating exterior brickwork
- Broken water pipes
If you think you have a damp problem caused by water ingress, our team of damp specialists are able to provide an affordable and long-lasting solution. Contact Croft Preservation today on 01202 737739.
How to stop water ingress
The first step to putting a stop to your problem with water ingress is to identify the source. Whilst in certain cases you will easily be able to get to the root of the problem yourself, water ingress isn’t always so simple to diagnose, and you may need the help of a professional damp surveyor.
Preventing further water ingress in your property may end up being as simple as cleaning out your gutters or replacing a few missing roof tiles, however, in other circumstances exterior repair work may be necessary, for example, to replace damaged bricks and mortar.
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Contact us for water ingress solutions
Our team of damp specialists will be able to identify the source of water ingress in your property and suggest the most affordable and effective course of action to fix it. We have over 30 years of experience in the industry and have the knowledge and expertise to help you solve your damp problem. Call us today to discuss your water ingress problem on 01202 737739.
We are proud to offer water ingress solutions to a number of locations across Dorset & Hampshire, including: Bournemouth, Blandford, Chandler's Ford, Christchurch, Dorchester, Lymington, New Forest, New Milton, Poole, Purbecks, Ringwood, Romsey, Salisbury, Southampton and Wimborne.