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Penetrating Damp

Rain penetration (better known as penetrating damp) is a common form of dampness in buildings.

It can occur through walls, roofs or openings such as window reveals. Water will often enter the outer envelope of a building and travel inside.

Common caused of penetrating damp include:

  • Roof defects such as faulty flashing, cracked or missing slates or tiles.
  • Faults in brickwork or masonry, cracked pointing, porous bricks etc.
  • Missing or defective mastic around windows and doors.

Areas we cover

We have regional teams in the following areas.

We aim to provide a solution to your problems in Cheshire, Manchester & Lancashire, Liverpool & Merseyside, Leeds & North Yorkshire, Sheffield & South Yorkshire, Stoke-on-trent and surrounding areas. We offer a No-Obligation Damp Survey in these areas.

Book Your Damp Survey Now

To get expert advice on your how to treat structural damp in your building book a no-obligation survey – just fill  in the form on the top right of this page and we’ll contact you to arrange an appointment.

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