Damp Proof Membrane

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Damp proof membrane

A damp proof membrane is an inhibiting material that prevents moisture from penetrating the internal walls of a property. The damp proof membrane offers protection against a variety of problems ranging from damp walls, salt damage, rot and mould.

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Why use damp proof membrane?

Damp Proof membranes can be used to solve the following problems:

  • Damp walls
  • Salt damaged walls
  • Provide a water resistant key for replastering

Damp proofing membranes can be used in conjunction with a new damp proof course to protect the wall from residual salt and damp moisture.

Damp proof membrane - features and benefits

Damp proofing membranes are very strong and extremely flexible. This means they can cope with structural movement, making them a long lasting and reliable damp proofing solution.
Additionally, we can provide damp proofing membranes have a mesh on one side for direct application of render and plaster or plaster board. This versatility makes damp proof membrane an excellent option for homes and any commercial properties where maintaining an aesthetically pleasing finish is desirable.

Professional damp proof membrane installation

Peter Cox have years of experience fitting damp proof membranes as both a preventative and treatment solution for of damp problems. If you think your property could benefit from damp proof membrane or you just want to talk to a professional about a damp problem in your property then call our team on 0800 633 5712 and we will be pleased to help.

You can also get in touch with the damp experts at Peter Cox online using our online contact form.

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