How does Dampguard Work?
Dampguard penetrates the pores and capillaries of the substrate, not forming a barrier to moisture but actually making the substance hydrophobic. Water sheds and beads on contact, yet air can pass thorough, allowing the surface to dry normally.
Dampguard penetrates deeply into any kind of brickwork, concrete, cement render and sheeting, pebbledash, slate, tile, weathered asbestos, building boards, and almost any other porous building or roofing material.
Key Features and Benefits of Dampguard?
Unmatched protection against water, moisture and condensation.
Leaves a breathable, hydrophobic surface that penetrates deep into the substrate.
Makes surfaces easier to clean, and less likely to discolour.
Reduces energy costs (dry substrates take less energy to heat).
Prevents cracking and crumbling of substrates due to water penetration and freezing/frost.
Easy to apply – by brush or with spray equipment.
Protects walls from fungus, mould and bacteria.