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Property Specialists Preservation and Repairs


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    Property Specialists Preservation and Repairs

    • ✔ Free Property Surveys
    • ✔ Guarantees For Up To 20 Years
    • ✔ Experienced & Qualified, Local Surveyors and Tradesmen

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    Condensation Control

    Solutions to Severe Condensation and Mould Problems

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    Flexible and Professional Tradesmen


    Ultra Responsive Team


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Our Services

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We specialize in rising damp, condensation control, wet/dry rot treatment, woodworm treatment, crack stitching, all internal plastering services, and Colour Rendering Services. We are based in Newcastle, Tyne & Wear and cover all of NE, SR, DH post codes and the surrounding areas.

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Rising damp is particularly prevalent in older houses that may not have a damp course or whose previous damp treatments have been breached or failed. The consequences of this can lead to salting in the walls that can absorb moisture from the atmosphere, thus keeping the walls damp. Rising damp will turn steel to rust and allow fungi to attack wood, compromising the structural integrity of the building.
Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) and and Multiple Input Ventilation (MIV®) systems create fresh and healthy living environments by supplying fresh, filtered air into a property at a continuous rate.Our MIV and PIV units help to eliminate surface condensation, prevent mould growth and reduce house dust mite populations. The Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) units also offer a wide range of energy saving and health benefits. What’s more, our positive input ventilation units are ideal for retrofit projects and come complete with 5 year renewable warranties. The PIV & MIV units creates a healthy living environment throughout a property and is our most popular method of whole house ventilation
Wet rot is a general term that is often used to describe various fungal species that are responsible for wet rot. The most common of these wet rot fungal species is Cellar Fungus. These wet rot fungi get their food by breaking down the walls of wood cells. Over time this leads to a loss in the strength of the wood. Any timber that is exposed to excess moisture will become an ideal breeding ground for wet rot pours. This excess moisture that leads to wet rot can be due to different reasons. For example, it could be from a leaky roof, burst pipes in your home, a leaking bath or a washing machine that has not been a plumber incorrectly. The reasons for excess moisture in your home are endless, but the result is the same. If your timbers have been exposed to damp for a length of time, the outcome is likely to be a form of wet rot, and this needs to be treated. While wet rot is commonly confused with dry rot; they are very different issues and need to be treated in different ways. While wet rot is not as destructive as dry rot if left and not treated it can lead to serious structural damage to your building.
Dry rot is a term used to describe a very specific and unique type of wood rot (Serpula Lacrymans). However, despite its common name it will generally only attack damp timber.
Well, first of all, it’s not a worm. The insects that trigger woodworm damage are beetles or weevils. They lay eggs in small cracks in your furniture, beams and floorboards.
Crack stitching is a permanent structural repair for cracked masonary and wall reinforcement. Simple and effective, our crack stitching repair process involves rods that are grouted across cracks in walls in oreder to reconnect and strengthen masonry.
Essentially, skimming is a top-coat of plaster which is used to cover-up superficial blemishes and restore the surface of a wall or ceiling to a smooth and level finish. Typically this is used when old wallpaper has been removed causing surface damage, or where there are minor scuffs and abrasions. In the photos below you can see pictures showing some examples of our skimming projects on a previously Artexed walls and ceilings, adhesive covered walls and in making good damaged walls. We also fit coving in readiness for the decorators. As you can tell the finished plastered surfaces look excellent.
We specialise in through colour monocouche rendering and external wall insulation systems. We do this using Weber, K Rend and Parex products. Our one coat rendering has both a decorative and architectural finish. This is applied to the exterior or interior of building facade structures, providing both decoration and weather protection. Whether it’s a commercial or residential property, a new build or a refurbishment, we have a solution and a system suited to your needs!