Neasden in Northwest London used to be nicknamed the “loneliest village in London”, perhaps because in the 1850’s this countryside hamlet only had a population of 110. In the 1890’s the arrival of the railway brought dramatic change to Neasden as properties needed to be built to house the railway workers, hence why many roads are named after Metropolitan stations in Buckinghamshire.
Whichever type of property you live in, whether it’s a terraced house or flat, it’s important to check your home for signs of damp. Ignoring damp can prove extremely costly when problems worsen, causing damage to your walls, furniture and even your health.
Damp must be treated correctly otherwise it can return at a later stage. This is why Neasden residents call Tapco Homedry who are London, Surrey and the Home Counties damp proofing specialists. We are experts in recognising all signs of damp including rising damp and the other problems this brings with it such as hygroscopic salt contamination of wall plaster and wood rotting fungi to your flooring.
Our qualified Surveyor will visit your property and make a full assessment, giving his recommendations in a detailed report with floor plans, images and quote for recommended works. Once you decide to proceed with the work we will arrange for our Tapco specialist damp operatives to rid your home of damp for good.
Typically this will first involve removing skirting timbers and wall plaster to a minimum height of approx. 1.2m. Once the walls are prepared we will inject a high performance chemical damp proof course into the base of the walls. We will then re-plaster your walls to a smooth professional finish.
At Tapco HomeDry we are very proud of our commitment to customer service which is reflected in the reviews we receive. We are members of the Property Care Association (PCA) which gives our clients confidence in our service as does the long term guarantee we offer for Tapco work through Guarantee Protection Insurance (GPI).
Do It Once, Do It Right and call Tapco HomeDry on 0800 195 9878 for a damp and timber survey today.