The effects of water penetration can be long-lasting to your surfaces, with rising damp creating unhealthy working environments. Prevent any further damage with our industry-leading waterproofing and damp proofing products, giving your site essential protection through the cold, wet months ahead.
How to spot rising damp in concrete floors
To check for rising damp on your concrete floor, place a 1 square meter polythene sheet on the floor, secure it with tape around the edges, and if you see moisture under it after 2-3 days, it’s likely caused by rising damp.
How to deal with rising damp in concrete floors
We have a range of products that can help you to deal with rising damp on your concrete floor. Our Epoxy Coat range is ideal for use where damp levels are low and our Epoxy Damp Proof Membrane is ideal for high levels of damp on new or old concrete floors where DPM has failed or is missing.
Identify the causes of damp and solve the problem quickly and easily yourself without needing a specialist with our Watco solutions.
Our waterproofing & damp proofing products deliver the best results.
Pay special attention to areas with hazardous liquids or large water volumes, such as bunded areas and plant rooms. Leaks from tanks or pipes in these areas could have significant consequences, potentially causing flooding and water penetration issues. Always ensure you have effective containment barriers for any liquid or hazardous material to prevent and contain leaks or spills.
Our Bund Sealer seals and waterproofs concrete bund areas, pipes, metal structures and tanks. Our Plant Room Coating offers thick and flexible waterproof protection for plant room floors. Just one coat seals and waterproofs and effectively contains leaks and spills.
This guide covers spotting rising damp, protecting exterior concrete, securing bunded areas, and combating water penetration in walls.
How to spot water penetration in interior and exterior walls
Common signs of water penetration in your walls include mould or mildew around windows and doors, water droplets running down windows or walls, a musty odour, discoloured patches on walls, and damaged skirting boards.
How to deal with water penetration in interior and exterior walls
For external walls Masonry Waterproofing is a highly penetrating and breathable waterproofer for brick, stone and concrete. For internal walls Dampguard Advanced is a solvent free and hard wearing coating. It decorates and damp proofs in one and is a scrubbable chemical resistant formula.
A hardwearing epoxy resin damproofer for walls and floors
£118.15 (Ex VAT)
A highly penetrating and breathable waterproofer for exterior masonry
£154.15 (Ex VAT)
Seals and waterproofs metal or concrete bund areas and pipes. Excellent chemical resistance
From £230.00 (Ex VAT)