We are pleased to present our latest case study featuring extensive roof timber beam end repairs to Clyne Castle in Swansea.
We are pleased to present our latest case study featuring Damp Proofing works to a domestic property in Birmingham.
Over recent months, Protectahome has been heavily involved in several stages of work to convert this unused barn in rural Monmouthshire into a countryside B&B getaway. Protectahome has completed Structural Repairs and Waterproofing on the project and we're now due to return for a third stage of works involving Timber Treatment.
As damp proofing specialists, over the course of our 35 years trading, we have come across countless jobs where incorrect installation has been attempted by a non-specialist contractor or a contractor claiming to be a damp proofing specialist.
Timber treatment work was completed at The Pantheon at Stourhead recently as part of an urgent repair project being undertaken by the National Trust. This important structure, set in the grounds of Stourhead House, was designed by famous architect Henry Flitcroft.
Protectahome have recently completed the eradication of dry rot on a new Wetherspoons site in Pwllheli, Gwynedd, called the Pen Cob. The building, on Station Road, is a four storey mid-terraced property that is approximately 80 years old.
A recent survey shows that as many as 2.5million privately rented tenants are suffering from damp in their homes. The survey, undertaken by Shelter and British Gas last month, highlighted the increasing numbers of tenants that suffer from damp.
Relaxation of planning rules for barn conversions and agricultural buildings will allow for an effective use of buildings that have become redundant due to the changes in modern farming systems.