Penetrating Damp

A lot of the jobs we deal with are caused by penetrating damp. Water usually gets into the external envelope of a building and travels inside.



Six tell tale signs you have a penetrating damp problem

  1. Localised damp spots — Blotchy damp patches on interior walls
  2. Plaster Damage - Plaster and paint damage and deterioration
  3. Wet Rot — Rotting skirting boards or timber
  4. Brickwork damage - crumbling damaged exterior brickwork
  5. Mould - The smell and appearance of mould
  6. Moss — Excessive moss growth on external walls
Six tell tale signs you have a penetrating damp problem

What is penetrating damp?

Rain penetration (more well known as penetrating damp) is a common form of dampness in homes. It can occur through walls, roofs or openings such as window reveals.

What is penetrating damp?

Problems causing penetrating damp

To get expert assistance on how to take care of structural damp in your property book a no-obligation appointment with Dampcure Ltd.

  • Roof structure problems such as faulty flashing, broken or lost slates or tiles
  • Faults in brickwork or masonry, broken pointing, porous bricks etc
  • Missing or faulty mastic around windows and doors
  • Blocked or damaged guttering
  • High ground levels
Problems causing penetrating damp

How can Dampcure help?

Dampcure Ltd supply a full penetrating damp treatment and prevention service:

  • Firstly! We identify the cause of the problem
  • Secondly! We treat the problem, restore the affected areas and supply a full penetrating damp investigation treatment and prevention service
  • Thirdly! We prevent further damage to both commercial and domestic properties with our innovative techniques
How can Dampcure help?

How we work


Contact us and we will take a brief phone assessment and arrange a visit


We will visit you to provide a Free No Obligation site assessment at a time to suit you


We will provide you a professional diagnosis and quotation to remedy the affected areas


We will professionally treat the problem and provide a Damp Cure 10 year guarantee for the work


All timber and damp work is insured up to £5 million and insurance backed guaranteed for 10 years