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Staff Development

Posted on April 5, 2017

Congratulations are in order for team members Leo and Lee, who recently gained new technical qualifications. Lee Coleman PCAQT – Structural Waterproofing Leo Finnett PCAQT – Timber and Damp At South East Timber and Damp, we’re a small, passionate team, committed to staff development. We carry out regular evaluation sessions, one-to-one, to review training requirements … Continue reading “Staff Development”

What’s in a Logo?

Posted on February 19, 2017

I get infuriated when I look at company websites and see a stack of Logo’s – and when I look into them they are worthless! I know logo’s look “official” and make a website look professional – knowledgeable – however, some are meaningless. Take our industry – if you purchase products from a chemical supplier … Continue reading “What’s in a Logo?”

Type A of Structure Waterproofing

Posted on February 18, 2017

TYPE A: BARRIER PROTECTION These are waterproofing barrier materials which are applied directly to the structure, either external, internal or sandwiched. More commonly known as ‘tanking’, these applications are normally multi-coat cement based coatings, epoxy resins or bitumastic type paints. Type A waterproofing should be applied to well prepared, clean walls and floor surfaces and … Continue reading “Type A of Structure Waterproofing”

When Is Waterproofing, Not Waterproofing?

Posted on January 29, 2017

EXPERT WATERPROOFING With last winter’s record breaking rainfall and heavy driving winds over the past 4-5 months, we are experiencing problems with properties that are completely new to the owners. But there is one problem that time never changes, people having their basements ‘waterproofed’ without installing a pump system to remove ingressing water. More traditional … Continue reading “When Is Waterproofing, Not Waterproofing?”

Interesting Clients

Posted on October 4, 2016

Every week we meet new clients, all are different. Some are pensioners maintaining their home of 40 years and some clients we never meet as everything is done via e-mail and we complete the works before they have even moved in so we only have a ‘virtual’ relationship! One thing they all have in common … Continue reading “Interesting Clients”