Rising Damp Treatment

Rising Damp Treatment - Ghana
Rising Damp Treatment - Ghana
Rising Damp Treatment - Ghana
Rising Damp Treatment - Ghana
Rising Damp Treatment - Ghana
  • Rising Damp Treatment - Ghana
  • Rising Damp Treatment - Ghana
  • Rising Damp Treatment - Ghana
  • Rising Damp Treatment - Ghana
  • Rising Damp Treatment - Ghana
Description :

Rising Damp Treatment in Existing Building
The risk of rising damp should be avoided at all cost by the use of good quality DPC and DPM at the start of the build. Sadly though, the modest additional cost of DPM and DPC relative to the overall cost of the build is regarded by most of the builders and house owners as unjustified and unnecessary. A costly mistake that many come to regret.
We at Pora Ventures treat rising damp in existing buildings. We tackle the inner core problem. It involves physically creating a layer that is moisture impermeable within the existing walls of the building. This is done in two ways...
By physical insertion of a new layer of DPC into the walls - The Retrofitting Method.
By the injection of our specialist PoraCap10 water repellent chemical solution into the walls. This is a high grade preparation that when injected into carefully prepared holes in the base of the wall, penetrates the blocks and forms a continuous and very effective chemical water-proof barrier that prevents further rise of moisture from the ground leaving the walls above dry and undamaged.
Pora Ventures will be pleased to further explain the two eradication options and help you make an informed decision on your rising damp treatment / repair.
As always, best to seek professional advice and a second opinion when it comes to rising damp repairs.
We guarantee all our rising damp treatment work in Ghana.
Call us now and we help you fix it.
Pora ventures is located at Osu Ako-Adjei bus stop directly opposite the Kingdom Bookshop.

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