Damp walls are a common problem with various causes and consequences. The cause of damp walls is rising damp in position 1. A damp wall results in the room air becoming stale, wallpaper and paintwork peeling off, moulds getting a chance and the room becoming unlivable.

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  • Coloured plaster
  • Crumbling plaster
  • White salt circles or stains
  • Loose wallpaper
  • Finishing the wall that comes loose
  • Mold
  • Musty odors
  • Broken joints by frost


With a moisture meter we can determine what the humidity level is at a certain height. Rising damp only occurs in walls on the ground floor. It is referred to as rising damp if the moisture is low to the ground and stops at a certain height.

A second possibility is that the moisture enters the cavity wall via the outer wall and is transported through the brickwork, in which case we speak of moisture bridges. A good moisture diagnosis is therefore essential in order to take various parameters into account. Contact our specialists for more information

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