Slurry type damp proofing is a widely used method which has its own paint-on and trowel/spray on applications slightly differing from the uses of a membrane. This damp proofing method can also be used in the pressures exerted by a swimming pool construction and is also a widely used choice in city basements due to the fact it doesn't require pumps being installed and all the associated electrical costs.
We have closely worked-trained and been supplied by the best of the best in the industry when it comes to this area of moisture management and this is why clients and businesses alike keep returning to us again and again for our quality of work and the range of guarantees we can offer. With tailor made packages to suit, we are sure to meet the requirements you have.
At Trinity Restoration we are constantly searching for new ways to tackle the ingress abilities of water within both commercial and domestic properties. Since we began we have looked at the various ways in which we could step in to the 'Damp Proofing' and also the pro's & con's of each method versus the pain to gain ratio of cost whilst also looking at the possibility of failure in each instance. Whilst any damp proofing is only ever as good as the company installing them we have cherry-picked the most viable and long lasting methods so we can bring to you the best of the best.
Poly-membrane of an internal wall has been pinned to the wall with plugs to attach it firmly in place. This image shows that the join of the roll of membrane has also been sealed down the middle to prevent leakage in the event of ingress behind the membrane or if condensation were to occur. This method has various abilities and will more often than not be plasterboarded and plastered once installed leaving the wall aesthetically the same as any other in the property.
Below are just a few of the methods we frequently utilise in the day to day damp proofing contracts and projects at Trinity: