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Mostly a web developer, using .net, SQL, MySQL, Flash, JavaScript etc. Worked long term on some very large web based applications through to largely static web sites and most stuff in between.

Outside of the development arena I'm a keen cyclist, skier, poker player and badger tracker.


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comment Appearance of damp after dpc injection - can “good enough” plaster go soft?
Thanks @GdD - I'll endeavour to update with the outcome!
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comment Appearance of damp after dpc injection - can “good enough” plaster go soft?
You're quite right about the UK. Thanks for the input - that was my suspicion...
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comment Appearance of damp after dpc injection - can “good enough” plaster go soft?
Thanks - that was my feeling, but they tried very hard to claim that unless your render is fully waterproof then you will get issues until the wall has dried (well over a year apparently). But it looks like it's rising up the wall to me...
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revised Appearance of damp after dpc injection - can “good enough” plaster go soft?
To clarify a couple of points further to a comment.
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comment Appearance of damp after dpc injection - can “good enough” plaster go soft?
The wall is between the entrance hallway and kitchen, around 1m from outside wall. No piping inside the wall etc. All damp is presumed to be rising - we live fairly near a river and the water table is not far down, additionally this is an early 1900's house so it wasn't built with a DPC...
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