Structural damp problems are due to the presence of unwanted moisture, usually water, in the structure of a building, resulting from either water ingress from the
outside of the property or from within the structure itself.
The majority of damp problems in buildings occur due to either condensation, penetrating damp or rising damp. If you’re particularly unlucky, your damp problem
could be due to a complex combination of these factors.
In this section we look at:
- The Causes of Damp
What are the sources and causes of damp in your property?
- The Signs of Damp
What are the signs to look out for and how to recognise if your property has a damp problem
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Damp or the Schrijver System
These are the most commonly asked questions about structural damp and our eco-friendly moisture control system.
- Damp Specialists
For every problem, there is a solution and Frank Schrijver have been experts in damp control since 1988
Our innovative damp proofing system has been installed in over 25,000 properties throughout Europe and the UK.
For further information on the Schrijver System of damp control, take a look at how it works.
In the UK we have a 9.64 out of 10 rating on Checkatrade, and for more stories from our many happy customers, be sure to read their Testimonials.
If you still have questions then feel free to call us on 01689 800101, send an email to us on email@example.com
or fill in the form on our contact us page where you can make a request for a free assessment of your property from one of our expert inspectors.
Get in touch today and see how Frank Schrijver can help reduce the damp problem in your home.