References – damp proof injection

Damp proof injection1: Plastered wall injection - London SE6

In the rear section of the house corners are  mouldy, wet. Before coming the painter needed to kill completely the infection.

  • Dining room corner was competely wet and mouldy
  • Skirting board surface rot, painting were blistered
  • Main result: dry out the surface. lock the damp and prepare interior surface for painting
Damp proof injection2 : Natural brick facade injection - London E15

In the customer’s kitchen the athmosphere was likely same than in a cellar. Section of the wall was completely wet, stainy and smelly. Previous ‘skill worker’ tried to solve the problem, but the choosen solution was wrong. As you can see on the pictures, covered and insulated the wall from inside, instead of inject the wall from outside. The damp proof course was missed our from the building technology.

  •  We opened the infected section (remove clading)
  •  Wall injection from outside
  • Left open the wall to make it dry (here 2 month)
  • PUR foaming (missed it around the door frame)
  • Closing back the surface on the right way, with the right material (used pink plasterboard was completely wrong solution)
  • Protect the door frame section against mould (with corkwood)
Damp proof injection3: Basement exterior walls injection - London SE20

Regarding the Client enquiry:

  • mould-free basement renovation with spec damp proof injection treatment
  • existing facade upgrading, exterior insulation (part of the energy efficient renovation)
  • change some windows
  • existing bathroom relocation (existing bathroom convert to bedroom, and wardrobe to a new bathroom)
  • fully interior redecoration (add new flooring, new internal doors)
  • Exterior walls were not protected and DPC missed
  • Damp proof injection (both sides) + tanking (black paint)
  • Main result: dry out the surface, lock the damp and prepare interior surface for decoration
  • New insulated flooring structure
  • Final flooring installation (tiling/laminate flooring)
  • Exterior facade upgrading
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References – flooring

Floor renovation1: Installing new laminate floor - London SE3

Part of the house renovation changed existing floor to laminate wood floor in all bedrooms

  • The existing 6mm thick floor was used,worn with quite low quality
  • Reinforced the base structure
  • Underlay instalation
  • 12mm laminate woodfloor instalation
  • Finishing jobs (trims, threshold bars)
Floor renovation2: Installing new laminate floor - London SE9

Part of the house renovation changed existing  carpet floor to laminate wood floor in all bedrooms

  • The existing 6mm thick floor was used,worn with quite low quality
  • Reinforced the base structure
  • Underlay instalation
  • 12mm laminate woodfloor instalation
  • Finishing jobs (trims, threshold bars)
Floor renovation3: Upgrading existing solid timber floor - London SE13

Part of the house renovation upgarded  the existing solid woodfloor in the sitting room and kitchen – dining room.

  • The existing surface was infected (rot and mouldy) and the layer of coat was worn and scratched
  • Removed the infections, sanding the surface
  • filling demaged sections, surface preparation for lustre
  • Transparent painting (lustre)
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References – Special insulation

Spec insulation 1: Interior wall spray foam insulation - London SE16

Structural concrete wall surface was very cold, and mouldy behind the cupboard. This located between bedroom and public opened staircase.

  • Surface preparation
  • Galvanised steel frame studwork instalation
  • Spraying (closed sell PUR foam)
  • Plasterboarding
  • Skimming (surface preparation for paint)
  • Painting
Spec insulation 2: Window sill spray foam insulation - London TW10

Timber frame window sill studwork insulation was not satisfied. Interior sill surface was cold, wet.

  • Opening existing sill
  • Galvanised steel frame studwork instalation
  • Spraying (closed sell PUR foam)
  • Trimming the surface
  • Close down exterior facede
  • Coating
Spec insulation 3: Party wall spray foam insulation - London SE7

Project: Garage conversion, new room going to be utility room. The partywall could be insulated only interior side.

  • Building timber frame structural studwork
  • Cleaning existing cold brick surface
  • Wiring (new sockets)
  • Spraying (closed cell PUR foam)
  • Trimming the surface
  • Plasterboarding
  • Skimming to prepare painting
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References – Conservatory

Building extension - New conservatory - London SE15

Customer imagined a ~10 sqm conservatory

  • Concrete foundation
  • Surface preparation
  • Steel frame+closed cell foam insulation boards base-slab
  • Instaling precast wall panels + additional insulation
  • Instaling windows+door
  • Roof intsalation + guttering
  • Electricity jobs
  • Decking + laminate floor instalation
  • Painting, decoration jobs
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References – Gardening

Gardening example1: Building a new stone patio, landscaping and grassing - London SE9

Client imagined to improve the garden, making more family friend living space for children, new nice and safety BBQ place, separated space for plants, flowers.

Complete garden renovation:

  • Building a new, bigger stone patio
  • Building a decorative small retaining wall
  • New BBQ deck installation
  • Barking under the thuyas with a new small logrolls installation
  • Landscaping, soil improvement, turfing
  • New stone steps installation
  • Waterproof exterior electric sockets installation
Gardening example2: Landscaping and grassing - London E3

After house extension project, last step to finish garden

  • Finish turf level higher than pation level
  • Exterior timber step installation
  • Garden landscaping
  • Grassing
Gardening example3: Fence changing - London SE3

Customer bought a new home. After interior renovation turned to the finish line. Gardening, means changing old destroyed fences, remove all concrete and artifical stone. Enjoy a nice huge garden.

  • Finish turf level higher than patio level
  • Exterior timber step installation
  • Garden landscaping
  • Grassing
Gardening example4: New patio + grassing SE4

Project main result: to win back the neglected garden space

After the house loft conversion and interior renovation jobs, in the past 2-3 years did not have time to keep nice garden. The time has arrived……

  • Killing undeveloped undergrowth
  • Landscapint and preparing a new spacious patio
  • Pavement installation
  • Partly changing soil
  • Grassing
Building a new insulated (mould and damp proof, dry) shed

The customers need a dry store for clothes and quite sensitive staffs in the garden. We guarrantee a nice, dry shed to keep all items safety.

  • concrete foundation + slab
  • timber frame structure
  • double layer of closed cell foam insulatation under the floor
  • mineral wool insulated roof and walls
  • black rubber waterproofing coat on the roof
  • exterior treated timber cladding
  • interior plasterboard intsallation
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