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Cellar Conversion

With cellars and basements that are below ground, there is always a risk of water penetrating through the walls and/or the floor. In an un-converted cellar, this normally evaporates and only occasionally is there any evidence of water present. As soon as it is used for a room, however, moisture spoils furnishings and even stored boxes.

Tanking is a means of ensuring that this moisture does not enter through the walls or the floor into the internal environment, and when coupled with proper heating and ventilating, a "dry" room can be created.

Dampness below ground, is treated by one of our tanking systems, either a solid cementitious system applied to sound clean brick walls, or by an air-gap membrane system which can be applied over more or less any surface including the installation of a sump and pump.

All our works are carried out to meet the requirements of British Standard 8102 for Structural Waterproofing, using proprietary systems. Tanking works are covered by a ten year Guarantee and an insurance Guarantee option is also available. Real peace of mind, for what often amounts to a significant investment.

Many people use these areas for studies, teenagers' dens, or even guest rooms. Have a look at some photographs of recent works, and see what can be achieved.

As a teenager's den As a study

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We are experts in timber treatment, condensation cures, damp proofing and cellar conversions. We work in London and throughout the Home Counties area, mainly in Essex and Hertfordshire. We are a well-established family firm, and have built our business on our good reputation. Our work is carried out by our own staff and is usually backed by a long-term insurance-backed guarantee.   Condensation occurs when warm moist air comes into contact with a cooler surface. If the surface temperature is at or below the point where moisture vapour held in the air condenses, the Dew Point, then water droplets form on the surface.   RegencyHDT
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