Damp - re-plastering


Postby damp » Thu Sep 13, 2007 10:02 am

I have had a dpc course installed 3 years ago. I employed a seperate contractor to do the re-plastering to the correct specifications which they have failed to do. Mould and damp has started to come back through. Can i just knock of all the plaster and just re-plaster correctly to the right spesification will this work or will i have to knock off all the plaster have another dpc and then re-plaster corrrectly. Please help
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Postby silverback » Mon Sep 24, 2007 8:56 pm

If you are knocking the plaster off anyway it would not be a bad idea to re-inject the brickwork again .You should then use a cement render with damp proof additives .finally skim over with finish plaster ,do not use any type of bonding plaster ,its like blotting paper.
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Postby thedoctor » Tue Sep 25, 2007 7:29 am

See our project on Damp, DIY damp proof injection and also the one on Damp; Repairing walls after treatment. The company that sponsors both of these projects will give you free, no obligation advice on projects like this.
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Postby pennyiniko » Wed Oct 24, 2007 1:51 pm

[quote="thedoctor"]See our project on Damp, DIY damp proof injection and also the one on Damp; Repairing walls after treatment. The company that sponsors both of these projects will give you free, no obligation advice on projects like this.[/quote]

to the doctor, please can you give me the website of that company, as i have just founf out that i have a terrible damp in my house and one of my rooms is in terrible shape
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