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Damp Proof Course Companies in the UK

  • Newton Waterproofing Sy is a UK market leader for damp proofing and structural waterproofing solutions, including basement waterproofing and pumping...

  • Tapco HomeDry.com is a long established premier damp proofing, water damage restoration and dry rot company serving London and the Home Counties. We...

  • Rising damp treatment has been Freezteq's main business since the company's inception, although other building preservation products are also produced.

  • Delta Membrane Systems are specialists in waterproofing membranes for a wide range of applications including damp proofing, sumps & pumps,...

  • Wykamol is a leading UK manufacturer and provider of specialist products for the building and preservation industries. Founded in 1934 our extensive...

  • Our services include eliminating the dangers of woodworm, dry rot and rising damp, structural repairs, undertaking cementations tanking & concrete...

  • Twistfix supplies damp proof products that make damp proofing walls quick, easy and cost effective. Select from crack reinforcement ties, wall crack repair...

  • Pipelife Ireland have led the field in the manufacture of high and low density polyethylene piping and polyethylene damp proof course since our foundation...

  • Visqueen Building Products
    As producers of high performance building films, we have a comprehensive range of damp proofing products, which extends to gas barrier protection on brownfield and contaminated construction sites.
  • Remmers (UK) Limited
    A leading European building restoration, protection & preservation products supplier for waterproofing, facade restoration & protection, industrial & commercial flooring, heritage conservation & preservation and wood preservation, protection & finishing.
  • CMS (Construction Material Specialists) Ltd
    Construction Material specialise in the supply of high performance specialist construction and civil engineering products. CMS works with a continuously expanding customer base, ranging from specifiers to civil engineers architects and local authorities.
  • Permagard Products Limited
    Permagard Products are a leading manufacturer & supplier of a large range of specialist products for the building restoration, building preservation, building renovation & maintenance markets. Our products cover damp proofing, waterproofing, basement conversion solutions, timber treatment and wall tie replacement. As a manufacturer we are able to offer our own products at highly discounted prices.
 

Where to buy damp proof courses

  • Newton Waterproofing Systems - Newton House, 17-20 Sovereign Way, Tonbridge, Kent, TN9 1RH, 01732 360 095
  • Tapco HomeDry.com - Tapco House, 12 Thorkhill Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7 0UE, 0800 195 9878
  • Freezteq Products Ltd - 88 Northwick Business Centre, Blockley, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 9RF, 01386 701050
  • Delta Membrane Systems Ltd - Delta House, Merlin Way, North Weald, Epping, Essex, CM16 6HR, 01992 523 523
  • Wykamol - Unit 3 Boran Court Network, 65 Business Park, Hapton, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 5TH, 0845 4006666
  • Kilrot - 928 Foleshill Road, Coventry, West Midlands, CV6 6GS, 024 7668 9998
  • Twistfix Ltd - Peter House, Oxford Street, Manchester, Lancashire, M1 5AN, 0845 123 6007
  • Pipelife Ireland Limited - P.O. Box 29, White's Cross, Cork, County Cork, 00 353 21 4884 700
  • Damp Proof Course - Freezteq
  • Chemical Damp Proof Course

What damp proof course treatments do I need to use for stone built walls..?

Stone buildings were traditionally constructed with no damp proof course. They relied on natural evaporation to control damp and breathable finishes inside and out, such as lime mortar, clay floor tiles and lime washed walls. Therefore, there are some in the trade that consider solid stone walls are often better left without a damp proof course, as any water trapped by impervious materials or finishes can cause damage.

Freezteq, one of the companies featured above, are specialists in this area and so are well worth contacting on 01386 701050.

Alternatively, I would recommend that you consult with a local surveyor who has experience with stone or historic buildings. A list of local surveyors can be found at the top of this page in the Constructional Professionals section.

Kind regards

Debbie Prince - The Construction Centre

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