Damp Store have a team of fully trained and experienced
surveyors across Ireland who have a range of solutions at their
disposal to solve your property care issues. The level of competence
and performance of surveyors is of particular importance to
the Damp Store and all our surveyors are trained to the highest
industry standards and hold the recognised qualification of
CSRT - Certified Surveyor in Remedial Treatment - so you can
be assured that your problem will be diagnosed correctly and
the correct solution identified for your property.
The surveyor will have at his disposal all the
necessary equipment to carry out a full inspection of the
area giving concern and diagnose the correct solution for
the problem. The survey will generally be of a non-destructive
type, however, if need be permission may be sought to remove
plaster samples or to remove floorboards to further aid the
survey. It is recommended that the areas, which are the subject
of concern, are made readily accessible and that, if possible,
carpets and furniture are removed prior to the surveyors
visit to the property.
In the event of the problem turning out to be extensive the
surveyor may decide to halt the inspection and advise that
further assistance may be necessary to fully expose the problem
area. In this instance the surveyor will supply a quotation
to carry out the necessary exposure work.
Whatever the case the surveyor will endeavour to keep you
informed at all stages of his inspection and to discuss with
you the logistics in carrying out whatever work that may be
After completion, we shall, without any obligation on your
part, send you a comprehensive report and estimate on our
findings and recommendations for remedial treatment.
Your report will arrive promptly following the survey having
been completed. Within the detailed report you will find an
estimate for any work that is to be carried out along with
our Specification of Work and a sketch plan. The surveyor
will normally contact you to ensure you fully understand the
contents and any implications should you wish to proceed with
the work specified.