Facing issues with damp in your home? We offer a full range of damp proofing solutions in Guiseley at a great price.
Our service will bring you peace of mind in the knowledge that the damp in your house is under control. Our trusted team of specialists are on call for jobs both big and small.
Why Choose Damp Proofing Experts in Guiseley?
We offer an excellent service and all work is carried out to high standard. Once you submit an online enquiry, you’ll get a call to explain every step of the process in detail and we’ll answer any questions you have.
We’ll then arrange to come to your home to check the problem and if needed, arrange for remedial works to be carried only if you’re happy to proceed. We keep mess and noise to a minimum so that the work isn’t disruptive for you.
With multiple years of knowledge and experience, we are able to deliver exceptional damp proofing services. We offer a bespoke solution for every property we visit, with our specialist technicians using the latest and most effective damp treatments.
Our guarantees also cover all our timber and damp treatments for several years, including structural waterproofing. We are CSRT qualified surveyors.
If you need a quick response and service to your damp problem in Guiseley, simply request a quote today.
Damp Proofing Services Offered in Guiseley
Damp Proofing Experts has a number of services available to suit all damp problems. These include:
- Rising damp treatment
- Penetrating damp treatment
- Woodworm eradication
- Dry rot treatment
- Wet rot treatment
- Condensation control
- Basement waterproofing
- Damp surveys
Get a reliable damp proofing specialist to undertake a free inspection by requesting a quote here.
Damp Surveys in Guiseley
We offer effective and professional damp surveys for all types of properties. Our surveyors can identify the specific damp problems in your home and can offer effective solutions at a reasonable price.
The survey can help you better understand your property by:
- Diagnosing the damp problem
- Establishing the source of moisture
- Uncovering any problems with the building structure due to the damp
- Identifying other potential future problems resulting from damp
- Providing a comprehensive summary of the possible damp treatments
Looking to sell your home? An independent, certified surveyor will need to conduct it, otherwise it may be ignored by mortgage lenders.
If you don’t plan on selling your home in the near future, most contractors offer free damp survey or if they do charge, the survey fee is removed if work is carried out.
Spotting Common Damp Problems
It’s a good idea to understand common damp problems so that you can be educated when a damp proofing specialist suggests extra work needs to be done. Common types of damp and how to spot it are shown below.
Rising damp is a big problem in older homes where a damp course hasn’t been applied or where previous damp treatments have failed. Signs of rising damp include:
- Wet walls
- Tide marks
- Peeling wallpaper
Wet and Dry Rot
Wet and dry rot are common forms of fungal decay that cause structural issues if not treated quickly. Signs of wet and dry rot include:
- A damp musty smell
- Cracking and softening of timber
- Fungal growth
Condensation occurs when moist air comes into contact with a colder surface like (e.g walls, windows, mirrors). Condensation is common in houses during the winter months. Common symptoms of condensation problems include:
- Damp, wet patches on walls,
- Black mould
- Wallpaper peeling
- Streaming windows
Damp Proofing Costs in Guiseley
To understand and quote an exact figure for your damp, a surveyor will need to inspect the property first. The type of treatment and size of the damp will both factor into the quote, although it may be possible to price work if a photograph is sent.
We understand there are many cheap damp proofing specialists throughout West Yorkshire. We offer a high-quality service in addition to services at very reasonable rates.
For the most competitive pricing in West Yorkshire, simply request a quote today.
Do I Need Professional Damp Proofing?
When left untreated, the damp will inevitably become more severe. This can eventually cause structural damage in due course and ultimately means higher repair costs in the long run. This is why it’s recommended to get an experienced and certified specialist to visit your home as soon as possible.
We can assurance that your property is in safe hands once you contact us.
- Multiple Years of Experience
- Certified & Trusted Specialists
- Long-term Guarantees
- Honest & Transparent Service
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Damp Proofing Experts Reviews in Guiseley
“Really impressed by the service I received from Damp Proofing Experts and particularly their surveyor Kevin. We were having problems with what appeared to be damp in one room. A report from an independent RICS Surveyor (which cost us a small fortune) concluded problems with the DPC which would involve removing significant amounts of plaster from the internal walls with all the attendant disruption to our home. Kevin challenged this view suggesting it was condensation rather than damp. He suggested we remove the wallpaper following which he made a second visit to our property to confirm that we do not have damp problems – so much for the expensive RICS Surveyor!” – Rose W.
Damp Proofing Services Serving the Guiseley Area
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