Salt Damp Projects – What have we fixed?

Salt Damp or Rising Damp is a major cause of decay in many of South Australia’s buildings built prior to 1970.  Tech-Dry SA is proud to have been involved in thousands of Salt Damp Projects including the treatment and repair of many of Adelaide and South Australia’s iconic buildings. Our staff have treated the salt damp in:

  • churches
  • regional institutes
  • hotels
  • town halls
  • banks
  • government buildings
  • schools
  • heritage listed
  • and historically significant buildings.

Plus, over the past 30 years we have treated thousands of bungalows, cottages, villas, single-fronters and row cottages.

We have worked everywhere from North Adelaide to Glenelg, Gawler to Goolwa, Kangaroo Island, Mount Gambier and the South-East, Yorke Peninsula, Clare Valley, Broken Hill and the Riverland.

At Tech-Dry SA we believe that it is important that South Australia’s built heritage is retained for our future generations. Maintaining and restoring these heritage buildings is essential if they are to remain an important part of our state’s landscape.   Plus renovating and restoring these buildings and homes is far more environmentally friendly than demolishing and starting anew.  It is the ultimate form of recycling.

But its not just about the important buildings either, we pride ourselves on treating your home in the same way we would treat Ayers House and Martindale Hall.     No salt damp job is too big or too small.  If you are interested in reading further then check out some residential case studies from properties we have repaired in  Colonel Light Gardens and Clarence Park.

Here are just a few of the Salt Damp Projects we have been involved in: