About Dower Datech

50 Years of Damp Proofing

Our History

Dower Datech are a family run business of specialists in the building industry, spanning over 3 generations. Dower Datech’s extensive experience, over 50 years in damp proofing and timber treatments, has established our reputation within the industry as one of honesty and quality delivery.

Our Service

Unlike larger nationwide damp proofing companies, Dower Datech still prides itself on our bespoke offering. Dower Datech believes that the solution to your damp and timber issues should be tailored to suit your needs. Our service is reliable, efficient and comes with a 20-year guarantee, to give you assurance that the works have been done to the highest standard. 

Approaching 8,000 successfully completed jobs, our work shows the company’s commitment to providing a 1st class service to our clients. After issuing 8,000 guarantees, Dower Datech is still relied upon to give expert advice in the building and damp proofing industry. We pride ourselves on honesty, trust and perfection.

Who We Work With

Dower Datech are a trusted and reputable family business that has provided specialist damp and timber solutions to the construction and building industry for nearly 50 years. We have worked on thousands of projects with architects, engineers, estate and letting agents, local councils and private clients. 

Whatever your damp or timber issue, Dower Datech has extensive experience in all aspects of damp-proofing and timber treatments. Our wide range of projects cover properties from stately homes to terraced houses and anything in between. We offer sympathetic treatments to listed and historic, stone and brick properties, conversion projects as well as more modern properties needing remedial damp-proofing.

Our Locations

We cover most locations in the Lincolnshire area and would be more than happy to come to your property to carry out a damp proofing survey.

FAQs

There are various symptoms to look out for that will indicate that you have damp in your home. These include; a damp must-like smell, mould or mildew forming on walls, staining on wall coverings, peeling wallpaper and blistering paint. 

Damp can have negative implications for your immune system. Generally, if there is damp in your home you are more feasible to have respiratory infections or problems, asthma or allergies.

Generally, modern homes keep water and moisture out better than old homes. This is because they are usually built using the latest in ventilation, breathable materials and insulation. However, new build houses are not entirely immune to damp, condensation can also be caused during the building process.

Get in touch today with one of our friendly team on +44 1780 410378 or simply fill out your details in the online enquiry form. We will then be in touch right away to check your postcode and organise a survey for a time that suits you.

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