Archive for April, 2012

Customer Testimonials

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012:

This is our recommendation letter for the company: DAMP PROOFING & WALL PAINTING CC. The roof of our house needed to be waterproofed and painted. The exterior walls also needed rejuvenation. We came across the company by a leaflet found at our gate. The owner, Paul Usswald, gave us a not only detailed quote but an informative one about the work as well as giving us options with various prices. We could follow the actual work according to the quote. Paul always answers or returns telephone calls. He was there to help us the choose colours with artistic advice. He […] Read More →

Awards & Honors

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012:

Paul is currently involved in miniature pylon racing using radio controlled airplanes at speeds in excess of 350km/h Paul has represented South africa at the world championships: Australia   2011. Germany  2009. Paul has been awarded national colors for each event. Read More →

Our Services

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012:

Damp proofing Interior and Exterior By removing plaster 10 year system Below exterior ground level water proof wall before back fill Chemical damp proof course injection House painting Interior and Exterior    (available in 3 year and 10 year systems) Waterproofing of all aspects for example: Window chills Parapets house walls Top of boundary walls Between window frame and wall Balcony Waterproofing Crack Repairs Open cracks Re-plaster with additives for strength Water proof depending on the type of crack Streak free solution to stop streak marks on vertical surfaces Wash paving Wood Varnish Rejuvenation Stripping to raw wood Light sand and […] Read More →

Damp Proofing

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012:

We Treat Damp Proofing Walls in Johannesburg: Water can cause damp in walls: There are many ways water could saturate house walls mainly from ground water saturating the walls from the bottom up, damp proofing refers to ways of solving  wet walls when the source can not be stopped or is to expensive to stop. This is the plinth area below floor level on the exterior house walls. In the old style of building there was face brick at the bottom of the wall ( below the internal floor level) and plaster above floor level. This is a solution to […] Read More →

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