Welcome To Sleaford’s Leading Damp Proofers
For fifty years, Dower Datech have been industry leaders in damp proofing and property preservation in Sleaford. To celebrate our anniversary, we look back on half a century of achievements and thank our committed workforce for establishing our reputation as trusted local damp proofing experts since 1972.
Our Sleaford team of specialists can offer solutions to any damp proofing or timber treatment issues you may experience. Our local experts are always on hand to answer your questions so get in touch today organise a survey at a time that suits you.
Half a Century of Solving Damp Problems in Sleaford
We are one of the longest running damp proofing specialists in Sleaford. Having fixed damp issues all over the area, we are experts in assessing, surveying and solving damp and timber problems in any property.
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Why Properties in Sleaford get Damp Problems
Sleaford is situated by the River Slea and grew from a historic market town. There are a range of old and new properties in the town and many period buildings in particular often experience timber issues or damp. Our team of experts can provide solutions to any moisture build up or water damage to help ensure your property is protected. We are specialists in fixing damp issues in period building especially so get in touch to find out how we can help you or if you need more information.
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Why we're the best damp proofers in Sleaford
One of our specialists will aim to get in touch with you within 24 hours of your initial contact with us.
We offer free surveys and estimates to the owners of the property (pre-purchase surveys incur a small charge, refundable against work carried out).
Black mould, crumbling plaster, condensation and warped timpers are the most common signs of damp.
There are various key ways you can prevent damp in your home or property. Firstly, by keeping on top of outdoor maintenance, this involves checking the roof regularly for any damage, keeping gutters clear and generally checking the exterior of the property to ensure there is no crumbling or visible damage. Keeping your home well ventilated and warm will also help to prevent damp developing within your home.
There are three different types of damp and each have completely different traits that require different types of treatment. These are condensation, rising damp and penetrating damp.
It is advised not to start decorating your home for around 12 months after you have had any damp-proofing treatment. Although, once visible signs of damp have disappeared completely you can use a water-permeable emulsion paint on the affected areas (this usually takes between 1 – 2 months).
Being smart about heating can help to prevent damp, as long as there aren’t any previous damp issues already in the property.
Our Guides On Damp Prevention
Window condensation is a common problem, particularly in the colder months. If you’ve been waking up to find condensation between windows, pools of water around your windowsill or black mould forming on window panes, know that you’re not alone. Condensation occurs in many types of houses and knowing the causes of condensation and how to […]
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Wood rot is the cancer of the housing industry. It can creep in silently and throw your infrastructure into disarray. When left untreated, it can erode load-bearing frames and leave structural defects for homeowners to contend with. The consequences of untreated wood rot can be costly and cause headaches. Not least, rotting wood attracts allergens […]
Damp is an issue that affects many properties, contributing to potentially severe damage. However, it can be rectified with affordable solutions.
If you’re searching for how to stop condensation in your home, you’re in the right place. Whether you live in a newly built house or a heritage building, condensation can have a significant impact on your interiors. In this guide, we’ll discuss top tips on how to remove, reduce, and stop condensation. What is condensation […]
If your home is suffering from extensive damp, a damp proof course treatment may be your best solution to ward off damp and the potential problems it causes, such as mould.So, what is a damp proof course? In this extensive guide, we’ll discuss the different types of damp proof course, as well as the advantages […]