Our specialist damp treatments
We provide a wide range of damp courses and are specialists in an array of wall treatments. We know how to identify the damp or rot that is damaging your home and have the expert wall treatment techniques on how to prevent damp from occurring.
Damp proof remedies
When damp occurs in your home, call Tudor Remedial for prompt damp courses that will prevent moisture from seeping into your walls. With micro emulsion pressure injected solutions, we will create a damp-proof barrier within the wall to prevent water entering your property and causing rising damp.
Cavity wall tie replacements
Are there cracks in the external surface of your walls? This may be the result of corroded cavity wall ties that many older properties are vulnerable to. Cavity ties are essential to the structural stability of your walls. A comprehensive installation of cavity ties by one of our team at Tudor Remedial will prevent water entering the property that will ultimately result in damp.
Learn more about the importance of wall ties in the home.
Removing dry rot
Dry rot is a typical cause of damp in the home. Dry rot occurs when damp has entered the timber, but has been given enough time to once again dry. At Tudor Remedial, we remove any infected wood that has been subjected to dry rot as a result of damp.
The decaying timber will be treated with our micro emulsion treatments specialising in dry rot. We deliver a deep treatment solution to the spread of dry rot that will sterilise the further spread of damp in your home.
Find out if your property is afflicted by damp and hear what we have to say about dry rot.
Wet rot solutions
If you believe you have discovered damp in your home, it is probably due to wet rot. At Tudor Remedial, we will identify and remove the source of wet rot at the scene. When you choose our wall treatment specialists in Dorset, we will recognise damaged timber and if possible treat the infected wall with a fungicidal treatment. Our specialists will test the surrounding timber to ensure the structural stability of your property.