This property was a 1930s end terrace property. The property is located on a hill incline with an undercroft located at the front lower ground end of the property. All properties on this area were of similar construction and shared the same challenges of combating damp and water ingress into the lower ground area of the property.
The dampness rendered the lower ground floor of the property barely unusable due to the constant slug infestation and damp smells.
Prior to starting the project, we installed a cavity drain damp proofing system to the undercroft on the property and created a dry, usuable bathroom and utility area.
The remit for this section of the property was to install a separate basement waterproofing system to encapsulate a newly installed kitchen.