Looking for an excellent quality damp proofing at an affordable price in Newry? Damp Proofing Pros has a full range of damp proofing options available and can help get your damp problem sorted quickly and efficiently – no matter how big or small the job is.
Damp Proofing Specialists in Newry
We strive to offer the best service possible and all work is carried out to a high standard. We pride ourselves in ensuring you have the best experience possible at every step you work with us – from the moment you contact us to the final works and beyond.
With many years of knowledge and experience, we can deliver outstanding damp proofing. We offer various kinds of damp proofing services and our guarantees also cover all our timber and damp treatments for several years, including structural waterproofing. We are CSRT qualified surveyors.
We keep mess and noise to a minimum and ensure the work isn’t disruptive for you.
If you need a quick local response to your damp problem in Newry, request a quote today.
Types of Damp
It’s well worth trying to understand common damp problems so that you have an idea of the sorts of problems that could be wrong with your home.
By educating yourself, you’ll understand why a contractor suggests extra work is needed and can spot if a contractor is charging for things they shouldn’t.
- Condensation damp occurs when moist air comes into contact with a colder surface (e.g walls, windows and mirrors). You’ll often find condensation becomes a problem during winter months. It can be identified via wet patches on walls, black mould, wallpaper peeling and streaming windows
- Penetrating damp is caused by rain penetrating into the house through an external wall. This is usually through to cracks in the masonry or broken roof tiles. It can be identified by damp patches on the floor, walls and ceilings.
- Rising damp is the result of water in the ground rising through the walls. You can often pinpoint rising damp by a ‘tide mark’ along the wall. Wet skirting boards and floorboards, crumbling plaster and peeling wallpaper at the bottom of the wall are other signs you’ll see that suggest rising damp may be a problem.
We have a more in-depth guide on the types of damp. It could you can identify the problem yourself and not need a damp specialist to look at your home.
However, if you’re unsure and want a professional to take a look, ensure you get a CSRT certified surveyor to visit your home to complete a free damp survey.
Damp Survey in Newry
Damp surveys are very effective tools in order to understand your home.
If you’re in the market looking for a property, a damp survey may be required as dictated by the mortgage lenders. This is true, particularly for older buildings.
Since 2008 and the financial crisis, lenders aren’t willing to take as many risks. Damp surveys have almost become an associated cost of buying a home.
If you’re looking to sell your property, a full survey report overseen by an independent, qualified surveyor will be necessary.
Although many damp proofing companies offer free surveys, they won’t be considered valid by mortgage lenders if it is performed by a contractor who lacks the necessary certification.
If you have no plans to sell your home anytime soon, many companies will undertake a free damp survey to identify the exact problem. If a survey fee is involved, this will most likely be removed once the work is carried out.
We are upfront and honest about all our damp surveys and solutions for property owners in Newry, County Armagh. Get a damp survey taken on your home.
Damp Proofing Costs in Newry
This is a commonly asked question. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to quote an exact price online without doing a site survey beforehand. There are a number of factors that affect the price, including:
- The size and area that the damp covers
- Whether plaster has to be replaced or removed and if so, how much exactly.
- The type of treatment used. For example, damp proofing a basement will involve larger costs due to the different processes involved than compared to rising damp treatments.
Many damp proofing contractors offer affordable solutions throughout County Armagh. However, we combine a high-quality service in addition to services at very reasonable rates.
For the most competitive pricing in County Armagh, simply request a quote today.
Do I Need Professional Damp Proofing?
When left untreated, damp issues normally get more severe the longer they are left. Eventually structural damage may occur given enough time. It’s better to nip the damp problem in the bud and get it sorted sooner rather than later. This avoids any sky-high repair costs that may occur in the future because the structure is compromised.
We can assure you 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 Profs Reviews in Newry
From my initial contact with this company in March I have been impressed. The man who did the damp course was very professional, the plasterer did a great job and the staff have been very helpful & easy to deal with. – Jonathan K., Newry
Damp Proofing Services Serving the Newry Area
We serve Newry and other areas close to the BT35 8 postcode region, including: Annaclone, Annalong, Annsborough, Ardglass, Atticall, Ballela, Ballycarry, Ballyclare, Ballyeaston, Ballyhornan, Ballykinler, Ballylinney, Ballymartin, Ballynure, Ballyrobert, Banbridge, Belleeks, Bessbrook, Bryansford, Burren, Camlough, Carrickfergus, Castlewellan, Clough, Cogry, Corbet, Corrinshego, Craigarogan, Creggan, Crossgar, Crossmaglen, Cullaville, Cullyhanna, Doagh, Dorsey, Downpatrick, Dromintee, Drumlough , Dunadry, Dundrum, Dunnaval, Forkill, Glengormley, Greenisland, Hilltown, Jonesborough, Katesbridge, Kilcoo, Kilkeel, Killeen, Killough, Killowen, Killyleagh, Kilmore , Leitrim, Lislea, Listooder, Loughbrickland, Loughinisland, Lurganare, Mallusk, Mayobridge, Meigh, Millbank, Moneyslane, Monteith, Mullaghbawn, Mullaghglass, Newcastle, Newry, Newtownabbey, Newtowncloghoge, Newtownhamilton, Parkgate, Poyntzpass, Rathfriland, Rostrevor, Roughfort, Seaforde, Sheeptown, Shrigley, Silverbridge, Straid, Strangford, Templepatrick, Warrenpoint, Whitehead