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Successful projects using Dryzone damp-proofing cream

  • Royal College of Music

    Royal College of Music

    The Royal College of Music moved to the Blomfield Building in South Kensington in 1894. A listed building, this was treated for rising damp with Dryzone in 2001.


  • Lords Pavillion, Lords Cricket Ground, London

    Lords Pavillion, Lords Cricket Ground, London

    The Lords Pavillion is the original grandstand building at Lords and houses the members and players enclosure. Dryzone was used to damp-proof approximately 300m of wall during a complete refurbishment of the pavilion in 2005.


  • Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park, London, UK

    Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park, London, UK

    A Georgian mansion located in the beautifully landscaped grounds of Richmond Royal Park. With views across the Thames Valley, the property was treated for rising damp using Dryzone in 2000.


  • Fir Tree House, Upton Hospital, Slough, UK

    Fir Tree House, Upton Hospital, Slough, UK

    In 2003, this children’s specialist hospital required internal refurbishment and damp-proofing. Due to Dryzone’s low-hazard and solvent-free formulation, the hospital was able to remain open whilst works were in progress.


  • Kastély Palace, Hungary

    Kastély Palace, Hungary

    This building is over 200 years old and was in the process of a major renovation. Dryzone was chosen to treat rising damp in all the main walls as it was easy to apply and quick drying. It also was effective in walls of varying thicknesses.


  • Madách Secondary School, Hungary

    Madách Secondary School, Hungary

    This secondary school has undergone reconstruction for several years, and includes a basement. In 2004 this was treated with Dryzone as a quick and cost efficient method of preventing rising damp and further groundwater ingress.


  • Semaphore Uniting Church, Australia

    Semaphore Uniting Church

    This Church situated in South Australia was constructed in the 19th century. Dryzone was chosen as the fast and effective method for treating rising damp in the external walls in 2004.


  • Big Yellow Storage, Brighton, UK

    Big Yellow Storage, Brighton, UK

    Originally constructed in 1918 as the Bernard Oppenheimer Diamond Works and latterly used by a machine tool company, the factory was recently converted into a self storage warehouse. During the conversion, Dryzone was used throughout the building to treat rising damp.


  • Royal Bank of Scotland Headquarters, Edinburgh, Scotland

    Royal bank of Scotland

    Originally constructed as a house by Sir William Chambers in 1771, the building was purchased by the Royal Bank in 1825. It was treated for rising damp in 2001 by damp-proofing specialists Richardson & Starling.