How to Treat Damp?

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To treat damp, you first need to establish the cause. This will enable you to distinguish whether it is rising damp or penetrating damp. You will need a qualified surveyor to do a thorough inspection and then get recommendations on how to treat it. One of the renown surveyors who also treat the damp are Rentokil. Their website is: http://www.rentokil.co.uk/residential-customers/property-care/damp/index.html
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