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Probuilder is a leading damp proofing, timber preservation & structural repair specialist operating throughout London and Kent. We have developed a wealth of expertise in all aspects of the building trade although as of late, we find ourselves completing more specialist trades, such as structural underpinning, insulation and structural repairs. Please see our services page or click on the links above to see more information.

Probuilder can offer insurance backed guarantees on the work we undertake for up to 10 years from the completion date. Our insurance backed guarantees are provided by GP-insurance.

All of our staff are fully trained to carry out the work they undertake. In addition to this, we have a range of policies and systems in place that are designed to protect customer data & property and affords us the ability to manage customer requirements in one place. 

Damp proofing envolves removing the interior facing wall covering back to the masonry and applying a a 2 stage system to water proof the problem area. All damp problems have an underlying cause that would also need to be rectified as part of the remedial process. Such causes usually occure due to a bridge dpc, perished wall ties or cracks in the masonry but could also be as simple as a leaky gutter. Take a look at our damp proofing page to see more.

There are many different types of fungus and organisms that attack wood. Generally, decay is caused moisture. Often the timbers in a building are in contact with the masonry that will transfer moisture from the outside due to a fissure in an exterior wall. Other times decay can be caused by condensation

(atmospheric moisture). Fore more information please visit out timber preservation page.

Structural repairs is a broad term used when referring to wall tie replacement, ground & wall anchor systems, Helifix Helibar systems, crack stitching & repairs plus much more structural related repairs in modern and old buildings. Probuilder will conduct a detailed survey and compile a report with our findings. See our structural repairs page for further info.

Poorly ventilated rooms and buildings are susceptible to condensation which provides the opportunity for black mold to grow. Condensation can also manifest on cold areas of walls (thermal bridging) that would also lead to mold appearing. Probuilder has the technology to carry out a detailed survey of poorly ventilated rooms and compile a detailed report & quotation for the remedial works.

Insulating a wall be it internally, externally or within the cavity all have there uses.  If you are considering hiring a contractor to install any type of insulation in your property then a suitability check should be carried out. These checks can include a visual inspection, checking inside the cavities with a bore scope and confirming the impact on ventilation. Check out our insulation page for more information regarding the installation of all aspects of insulation.

When your property has been hit by a flood it can be quite stressful. Probuilder is available to remove the water or sewage from your property in as little as a couple of hours. Once the water extraction phase is completed a detailed survey can be carried out to ascertain the extent of the damage. Generally the property will need to dried out completely, electrical point replaced and preventative and remedial measure taken to destroy mold and damp. Take a look at our flood recovery page for more info.

We undertake structural underpinning on a variety of buildings of different ages and with individual features. Underpinning is a process where the existing foundation is reinforced using a assortment of different techniques. Building underpinning is required as a result of subsidence of the existing structure due to movement of the earth around the foundations. For more information take a look at our structural underpinning page.

There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

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There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

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There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

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There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.

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There are three different types of structural water proofing, They are type A, B & C. Each type varies from each other and have completely different uses and installation methods. Before any structural water proofing work is carried out, a hydrologist survey would required to gauge the water table and how water is likely to effect the property in the future. Once the hydrologist report is completed we can design the system based on the reports recommendations. Take a look at our structural water proofing page for more information.