With many historic and listed buildings not benefiting from modern methods of damp proofing or waterproofing, they are often subject to the detrimental effects of rising and penetrating damp. The fundamental challenge when dealing with buildings of special architectural or historic interest is therefore to…
Storms Desmond, Eva and Frank spent December of 2015 wreaking destruction across the UK, flooding over 16,000 residential homes in England, and creating the wettest December in the UK for over a decade.
The New Moet Pavilion and Roof Terrace at York Racecourse is not only opulently stylish for the enjoyment of race goers but with the help of Yeoman Shield’s New Mini D-Fender the back of house areas are also keeping up appearances.
We recently filmed Richard Crossley CSSW, Senior Technical Manager, presenting a talk about Type A External Waterproofing solutions to BS 8102 2009 Code of Practice for Protection of Structures Against Water from the Ground.
UK oil prices have reportedly dropped by 12% in the last year, but many claim it's still the most expensive way to heat the home because the industry isn't passing savings on to the country's 1.5 million oil heated households.