Tapco HomeDry Structural Waterproofing Experts

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Structural Waterproofing in Worting

If you’re looking for a structural waterproofing expert in Worting, look no further than Tapco Homedry. We are your local experts in all things structural waterproofing. We help residential and commercial property owners to protect their investments from the widespread damage of water ingress. Structural waterproofing may be required at the start of a new construction project, or it could be implemented after construction in the event of a failed damp proof course.

We use all the latest methods and techniques to achieve incredible results every time. It all starts with a home damp proofing survey to determine your needs and identify how we can help. We’ll deliver our recommendations in a report and you are free to choose whether or not to go ahead with our suggestions. If you would like to safeguard your property in Worting and protect against moisture damage, get in touch today.

What is structural waterproofing?

Structural waterproofing can refer to a wide range of techniques to help stop moisture from getting into your home or business. These methods are commonly implemented during construction, but they are known to fail over time. Outdated methods can also be replaced with the latest recommendations. We provide new structural waterproofing and retrofitting measures to help protect your home.

To protect your home or business against water damage, we will carry out a survey to understand the source and extent of your problem. If you are building an extension or expanding into your basement, you may need to address the structural waterproofing requirements before moving forward. This will help to protect your home and your investment. You can rest assured we only use the best techniques and latest methods to provide long-lasting protection against moisture ingress in your home.

What are the benefits of structural waterproofing?

The main benefit of structural waterproofing is that you will enjoy complete peace of mind knowing that your home or business is protected against damp. Damp can be incredibly damaging and may lead to property damage, structural damage, not to mention the potential health implications of living in a damp property. With structural waterproofing, you can even uncover more functional space in your home by making spaces like a damp basement habitable.

Once the process is completed, you will be able to enjoy a dry and comfortable space that is free from damp. Not only will we address moisture ingress from the outside, we can also explore ways to improve circulation so that moisture generated from everyday activities does not build up in your home. This can help to improve the air quality in your home and make it a much more pleasant place to spend your time.

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Why choose Tapco Homedry?

For the past 50 years, Tapco Homedry has been supporting the residents of Worting to address their damp proofing issues throughout their homes. Our professional team can provide a wide range of structural waterproofing services that will improve your property and expand the functional living space available to you. We strive to go above and beyond every time to ensure you are satisfied with the solutions we provide.

How does the structural waterproofing process work?

The most popular method for retrofitting damp proofing measures in an existing property is to install a new damp proof course, or to implement basement tanking for below ground rooms. Basement tanking involves applying a waterproofing slurry to the walls and floor and then curing this so it sets hard and creates an impermeable barrier against moisture.

Membranes can also be used alongside creating channels in the studwork to help direct excess moisture to a pump system that can be directed out of your home. This will help to remove excess moisture from your home to keep it warm, dry and comfortable. This can be ideal in a location where the water table is very high.