Safeguard’s Swift Response To Damp Gets BBA Approval

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After a rigorous series of tests, the British Board of Agrément (BBA) has certified the Safeguard Europe’s Dryzone Express Replastering System which enables a skilled operative to treat rising damp, re-plaster and complete re-decoration in 24 hours. The system developed by Safeguard – the UK’s leading specialist in damp- and waterproofing, and masonry repair solutions – condenses the process of treatment and room reinstatement to a fraction of the time required by traditional methods.

I haven't read it. But the pictures look good. Is it 24 hours labour from start to finish so like 3 or 4 days work, or start it Monday morning and decorate Tuesday morning.
just read all of that and it looks okay. never used it though. so theres deffo no cold bridging when using the drygrip?
@Danny the quote button has disappeared.

whats the process for being able to issue guarantees to the customer? are safeguard offering a training course with accreditation? or is it just the product that is guaranteed in conjunction with proper installation? customers are going to want a guarantee. even if its worthless
I think safeguard don't offer a guarantee. It's down to the contractor to provide.

As far as I know.
Sounds good, we do a lot of work onto delta lathe membrane and its terrible stuff, prefer to use limelite, but I think it's about 6 months before you can decorate.
Plasterjng over membrain is a royal pain in the arse.

Far better off dabbing or batten and board.
I know it's a shocker, the preservation company we sub for loves the stuff. They can leave a right mess for us to sort. Sometimes you can see the plugs shine through after its that thin, we will always try and dab a 9mm board on it.
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