Nov 25, 2019 10:43 am
I have an old Edwardian brick semi-detached house, that has has ongoing rising damp issues along one wall. i am not keen to spend too much on it at this stage. I generally just replaster it every few years, but looking for something to mitigate it before the next replaster, even if it is not perfect.
Anyone had any experience or thoughts on the effectiveness of Dryrod?
Re: Dryrod - any good ??3
Feb 17, 2020 1:53 pm
Well I decided I didn't have anything to lose, so bought and installed the dryrods, which was pretty simple. Drilled a row of holes along the mortar, shoved a dryrod into each, left for a week, and then filled the holes.
Did it work? Who knows, I will have to wait a few years to find out! But they were easy enough to install and for $300 I figured worth taking a chance
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