Dampshield specialises in cavity wall insulation removal in South Wales, offered at competitive prices.
We guarantee that your insulation is properly and professionally removed. We hold these removals to exacting standards in order to prevent issues such as dampness and rot. Preventing these issues, which would cost you thousands in property damage, is our top priority.
We check thoroughly for old cavity wall insulation, as this is a common cause of dampness within homes, especially if it was improperly installed. Complete removal of cavity wall insulation is the best way to treat this kind of problem. We are here to help with any issues that you have with your cavity wall insulation. Our team effectively identify the issue and extract it professionally.
Dampshield Southwest specialises in the removal of cavity wall insulation. We only hire specialists and members of staff who are highly skilled and trained.
We prioritise customer satisfaction, striving for prompt and efficient services for all of our clients. Our highly skilled staff can swiftly and effectively remove poor cavity wall insulation. As a result, the building and its residents experience the least amount of inconvenience.
White wool, foam, Rockwool, and polystyrene bead insulation may be extracted from cavity walls of both household and commercial structures in South Wales by Dampshield. All of our cavity wall extraction crews are thoroughly qualified and trained to the highest standards, and they follow BBA requirements at all times.
Defective cavity wall insulation can lead to a variety of issues, including wetness in your home and health risks.
Water seeps into a property’s walls due to improper cavity wall insulation, producing structural issues and moist patches that can lead to mould growth. The damp and mould can sometimes cause health problems or aggravate existing illnesses, notably respiratory disorders.
Unfortunately, poor installation of cavity wall insulation is not uncommon. Poor installation is frequently to blame for moisture and condensation concerns within a building.
Cavity wall insulation is not suited for walls exposed to harsh weather conditions, such as wind-driven rain, because a little flaw in the brickwork or a lack of masonry protection cream on the outside walls means the insulation is liable to becoming damp or even sopping wet.
The damp insulation then spans across the cavity, allowing the inside walls to become wet, resulting in damp, condensation, and even mould growth.
When cavity insulation gets wet, it loses its ability to insulate. Insulation can become wet for a variety of causes, including flooding and permeable wall materials like brickwork. Wet cavity wall insulation traps moisture within the home, causing damp in the afflicted regions.
Defective cavity wall insulation materials, such as urea-formaldehyde, can break down over time, releasing harmful poisonous vapours into the air and thereby affecting indoor air quality. Many types of early foam insulation do not meet today’s stringent regulations, putting this sort of cavity wall insulation at risk of harmful gas leakage.
There are now much better regulations and licences in place that specify the minimum grade of materials used for insulation. Furthermore, the Cavity Insulation Guarantee Agency (CIGA) guarantees modern insulation for 30 years.
Defective cavity wall insulation can lead to a variety of issues, including wetness in your home and health risks. Blown fibreglass insulation, for example, might hurt your eyes and skin if it escapes.
An industrial vacuum machine is used to remove defective cavity wall insulation. The process starts at the bottom of the land and works its way up, following the drilling pattern. We double-check that all insulation has been removed successfully. Finally, all waste materials are packaged and responsibly disposed of.
The extraction procedure usually takes two days to complete. This calculation is based on the removal of cavity wall insulation from a typical three-bedroom detached home.
Do you require assistance with the removal of cavity wall insulation in South Wales? If that’s the case, get in touch with us right away. Our knowledgeable staff would be happy to offer advice and may set up a no-obligation survey and quote for you.