All Trinity surveyors are fully trained and will inform you if your damp problems are caused by structural defects or actual rising damp, penetrating damp, condensation, wet/dry rot. We will advise you of the best course of action whether it be damp proofing treatment, timber treatment or structural repair.
Trinity have 40 years experience in damp proofing all types of property. For the treatment of all types of damp, including Rising Damp, Condensation and Penetrating Damp – trust Trinity to provide you with the ideal damp proofing solution for your property.
Visit our Damp Proofing page for more information
In older properties it’s essential to prevent beetle infestation (woodworm), dry rot and other timber problems such as fungal decay. These can be unsightly and cause serious structural problems. You can rely on Trinity to help protect your timber from potentially costly problems.
Visit our Timber Preservation page for more information
Dry and Wet Rot can cause serious structural defects in buildings, as well as being unsightly. Rot problems need to be sorted out quickly before serious damage occurs. If this has already happened, we can recommend the best remedial actions to eradicate the rot and make your property structurally stable. Make sure you contact us for a free inspection today.
Visit our Dry/wet Rot Treatments page for more information
Unlike normal internal plastering or external rendering, applying plaster and render to old walls which have been treated for damp requires a different procedure. Rising damp causes a build-up of hygroscopic salts (e.g. chlorides, nitrates) in the wall structure. Trinity will make sure that any replastering carried out after treatment works effectively.
Visit our Specialist Replastering page for more information
Wall Tie failure is the corrosion of the protecting coating of the wall tie. We will carry out Wall Tie Reports at a nominal cost using Austenetic Stainless Steel Ties to British Standards, with an underwritten guarantee on all work contracted.
Visit our Wall Tie Replacement page for more information
Cellars and basements are invariably visibly damp due to the very nature of the construction and the placement of such walling in a subterranean environment. Unless a ventilated and pumped system is employed, internal tanking in cellar/basements can cause significant damage as the saturation of the walling will become far greater.
We use specialist basement waterproofing techniques’ to transform these areas into habitable accommodation and this can considerably add to the value of commercial and residential properties.
Visit our Basement Tanking page for more information
For full details on any of the services we offer or a free initial survey and detailed report/quotation*, please contact us on 01502 470022, 07769 644200 or email
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