How To Find & Fix Your Damp Problems
It goes without saying, if you've got damp, it won't look great and it'll probably smell. We'll show you the different types of damp and some tips on how you treat them.
What is Condensation?
Condensation is caused by warm air on a cold surface. It can lead to damp on your walls and ceilings.
What is Penetrating Damp?
Penetrating damp patches will appear across your wall and may get darker when it rains. It can happen because of leaky guttering. Water can find its way into your home, but don't worry, you can stop it by fixing the problem.
What is Rising Damp?
Finally, there's rising damp. The watermark rises from the bottom of your wall. It can make your paint crack and peel. It can be serious, so if you think you've got it, pick up the phone and call a professional. Now the job's not done until you've used Damp Seal. It'll seal the damp and keep your walls and ceilings looking new.
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Our One Coat Damp Seal is best used after fixing the cause of the damp, to make sure it won't come through your paint work.
Our damp seal areosol pernamently stops damp stains and prevents damage to the top coat. Easy to apply and only takes 10 minutes to dry! Find a stockist near you.
Condensation leads to mould, can damage your walls and doesn’t look good. Our Anti-Condensation Paint adds a layer of insulation to help permanently fix the problem.
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