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March 22, 2019


Dampcure-Woodcure/30 customers will be familiar with our newsletters, with our regular publications reminding people of the importance of damp proofing and dry rot treatment in their Bedfordshire homes.


Having been established since 1959, our family business prides itself on having collectively racked up more than 200 years’ experience in remedial treatments – so you can be confident we know what we’re talking about when it comes to solving your damp problems.


Among our contracts are High Wycombe’s famous Royal Grammar School, Woburn Sands’ The Institute, and Welwyn Garden City’s St Mary’s School.


We have also proudly served London’s notorious Harley Street, which sits alongside more local projects, including Watford’s Baptist church and a barn conversion in Buckinghamshire.


One of our specialities is restoring properties left damaged by severe flooding, helping homeowners get back to normal as soon as possible.


As one of our previous newsletters says: “After flooding ground salts, bacteria and foul water will contaminate the plaster and the background masonry is also likely to have become saturated with water and contamination.”


Therefore, it is essential “restoration works are carried out thoroughly and with care in order to restore your home to its original condition”.


This is where Dampcure-Woodcure/30 comes in, as we can remove plaster, install dryers and dehumidifiers, replace the skirting and joinery with treated timber, re-instate plaster and redecorate.


As well as learning about the services we offer, readers of our newsletters will be able to find out our latest news and projects.


Our website is also full of important information, so if you want to know whether you have a problem of dry rot, woodworm or condensation, take a look at our services today.


                               DAMPCURE-WOODCURE/30 LTD.  ARE CELEBRATING


                                 60 YEARS ANNIVERSARY THIS YEAR.  1959 TO 2019



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