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    What is Rising Damp

    Rising damp is a type of moisture problem that can occur in buildings, including homes, where groundwater rises up through the walls and floors. It typically affects older buildings that do not have a damp-proof course (DPC) or where the existing DPC has failed.

    Groundwater can rise up through the porous building materials such as brick, concrete, or stone, and as it does, it brings with it salts and minerals from the soil. This can result in visible signs of dampness such as tide marks, crumbling plaster, and peeling paint on walls, as well as a musty odor. Rising damp can also lead to structural damage to the building if left untreated.

    To prevent rising damp, a damp-proof course can be installed in the walls and floors during construction or retrofitted in existing buildings. A damp-proof course is a barrier that is designed to prevent moisture from rising up through the building materials. In addition, maintaining good ventilation and keeping the building well-maintained can help to prevent rising damp. If you suspect rising damp in your home, it is recommended to consult with a professional to assess the extent of the problem and determine the appropriate course of action.

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