The truth is most people don’t know which leads to a lot of confusion and even unnecessary costs.
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If You Need A PCA Damp Report,
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To settle any confusion…
Here Are The Typical Circumstances Where A PCA Damp Report Is Necessary:
You’re Buying a Property
Maybe your property survey has picked up on damp, you just want added peace of mind or the lender requires a damp report for the buying process to continue.
You’re Selling a Property
Perhaps you want to speed up and smooth out the selling process or you want to maximise your property’s value.
You’re in a Dispute
Maybe you’re in a dispute with a landlord regarding damp and condensation, you’re in a dispute with a tenant regarding damp and condensation, you disagree with your neighbour regarding the cause of the damp, or you have a dispute with a builder who may have caused or not properly rectified your damp.
Not What You Need?
If you don’t need a Damp Survey, our FREE consultation will help you identify and fix your damp issues. Find out what problem you have here…
A common problem caused by excessive moisture in the air, leading to issues such as mould growth and dampness in the home. Learn more about the causes and solutions for condensation.
Fungal growths that can cause significant damage to the structure of a property. Learn about the differences between dry and wet rot, as well as the causes and treatments for each.
Dry & Wet Rot
Damp refers to excess moisture in the walls, floors, or ceilings of a property. It can be caused by a range of issues, including leaks, poor ventilation, and rising damp.