Using deep wall probes to take damp readings at depth

Using hammer electrodes to take wood moisture content readings in the joist

Using a none intrusive damp meter to take readings 30 mm into the plaster/wall

Sometimes it can be the only sensible solution to use membranes, particularly when you have no control on what happens on the other side of the wall

The membrane can be plastered directly with the appropriate plaster. This is important when you need to match in with the plaster above

The skim coat is finally added

Sub floor surveys are very helpful to check the effectiveness of the damp proof course.

Sub floor ventilation is often poor or blocked with older properties and often needs improving

New air bricks installed