Rising dampMany houses, particularly older buildings, are affected by rising damp.
There are various possible causes of moisture in walls. Houses are often built without a protective underlayer, as a result of which building materials built onto the ground are in permanent contact with the rising damp. Older materials are also porous by nature, and thus easily absorb moisture which ends up in your walls.
Rising damp in the walls can lead to mould and even fungus on your walls, ceiling or floor. In addition to an unpleasant musty odour, this can also have serious consequences for the health of you and your family.
Since there are a variety of causes of moisture problems, there are also different solutions. This is why it is important to first make an accurate diagnosis of your moisture problem. Dryguard can help you do this. After all, the moisture diagnosis is completely free of charge and without further obligation.