Useful literature about Rising Damp
All product information for Dryzone damp-proofing cream can be downloaded free of charge for your own use from this page in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format.
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Alternatively, call us on 01403 210204 to request copies by post.
Copies of information about related products distributed by Dryzone’s manufacturer, Safeguard Europe, can also be downloaded from this page. For a more comprehensive selection, please visit the download section of the Safeguard website.
Dryzone product datasheet
Covers advantages of Dryzone damp-proofing cream compared with traditional damp-proofing techniques. Includes instructions for installing Dryzone in a standard brick wall construction.
Rising Damp and its Control
“Rising Damp and its Control” goes into more detail than the standard Dryzone datasheet. For example, drilling patterns for damp-proofing stone walls are included. The first section of the book deals with diagnosing rising damp.
Leaflet designed for contractors to include in their report. Outlines the advantages of using Dryzone damp-proofing cream from the householder’s perspective.
The complete Safeguard damp-proofing systems Agrément certificate. Dryzone is dealt with on pages 21 and 22 (detail sheet 5). For details about BBA certification, visit the BBA website.
Dry Rot and its Control
Dry rot can often be a problem in buildings suffering from rising damp. “Dry Rot and its Control” suggests a complete treatment strategy. Further details can be found on the dry rot section of the Safeguard website.
Creating usable living space by making Basements Dry
Dryzone is designed to stop damp rising from the ground upwards. Different products are required to deal with damp problems below ground. Further details can be found on the basement waterproofing section of the Safeguard website.