As Tapco HomeDry closes in on a significant milestone, we are reflecting on half a century of service. Tapco was first established in 1971 by John Millroy as Tapco, or Treatment and Preservation Company. The company has experienced steady and sustainable growth over the past 50 years, gradually expanding services while maintaining consistently high standards. … Read More
As a landlord, one of the issues you may face is that the property you own has a damp or mould problem. Damp is one of the more common issues to affect homes and even newer property can experience it. But who is responsible for what between the landlord and tenant? What is damp? Damp… Read More
Under new rules that come into force this month, tenants are now able to sue landlords for cold or damp in the properties they are living in. Under the new rules, if a property owner doesn’t carry out the necessary repairs or maintenance, then the occupant has the option to take them to court. And… Read More
Rarely a day goes by on the news where there isn’t a story about climate change and an increasing number of businesses and individuals are becoming more aware of their own impact on the environment. Homeowners are looking at ways to reduce their carbon footprint but could one of those be relating to the damp… Read More
Well done Great Britain’s Athletes Tapco HomeDry are pleased to have helped the Children’s Hospice, Shooting Star Chase, give the sick children and their families living in London and Surrey a Christmas to remember. Thank’s to the incredible achievements of Great Britain’s athletes at the 2016 Rio Olympics, winning 67 medals, Tapco HomeDry… Read More
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Tapco HomeDry are pleased to announce that we are now an accredited Which? Trusted trader. When you choose Tapco HomeDry to restore a defective area of your property or convert your basement into a favourite room, you can be assured of the highest quality of service from your first call to us until the work… Read More
As autumn turns to winter, so problems with condensation in UK homes start to rise. Having spent the drier summer months with our windows open and a gentle breeze blowing through our property, it’s little wonder that dampness and condensation was seldom a problem. Now, as winter sets in, condensation control becomes an important consideration,… Read More
A damp home is not a pleasant place to be. For one, the dampness can start to affect the interior of your home. Wallpaper can start to peel off the walls for example, as the moisture within the room starts to work on the paste holding your wallpaper up. Wooden furniture can start to warp… Read More
Dry rot, caused by damp, creates the fungus Serpula lacrymans which can attack the timber of your home. Worryingly, this particularly aggressive fungus can exist invisibly within your home, attacking elements such as flooring and joinery without being noticed until it has caused extensive and costly damage. Over a short time the affected timbers will lose… Read More
Repairing drains can be an expensive and problematic operation. The fact that drains may be buried many feet beneath the earth, often under concrete, tarmac or brick walls, means that a lot of digging can be required to carry out essential repair work. This digging of course not only creates plenty of mess but also… Read More
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