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Injecta Services

We offer a whole range of successful services...

From Cellar Tanking to Woodworm treatments, Injecta has a quick and easy solution to all your damp proofing needs. We offer Domestic, Commercial and Industrial solutions to your damp proofing problems.

Injecta Damp Course Company Services

With 40 years of experience Injecta are experts in a wide variety of Damp Proofing Services and different types of damp.

Damp Proof Course ( DPC )

Is a physical barrier inserted into the fabric of a building to stop water passing from one place to another. This can be on a horizontal plane, stopping water rising up from the ground by being sucked up by the dry masonry above, or vertically to stop water passing from the outside of a building, though the masonry.

Damp is one of the most frequent problems encountered in the home. There are three major causes of damp, (rising damp, penetrating damp and condensation) which each require a different remedy. Whatever the cause, damp can be bad for health and therefore it is important that you get advice if you think you are affected.

Damp Proofing Work

  • Cellar Tanking,
  • Cellar Waterproofing,
  • Damp Proofing,
  • Dry Proofing,
  • Dry Rot Treatment,
  • Replastering,
  • Timber Preservation,
  • Timber Treatment

Types of Damp

  • Condensation,
  • Damp,
  • Dry Rot,
  • Fungal Decay,
  • Rising Damp,
  • Wet Rot,
  • Woodworm


High levels of contaminant hygroscopic salts can build up in both the old plaster/underlying masonry over many years of active rising dampness. Even though many of our other the damp-proof courses are effective the hygroscopic nature of the salts may cause moisture to be attracted to the wall so causing further dampness, decorative spoiling, and giving the impression that the damp-proof course has not been successful.

Removal of the old contaminated plasterwork will remove the contamination at the surface but underlying contamination may pass into new works unless it is designed to be resistant to the passage of residual moisture and these contaminant salts.

Our high level of work will always ensure that:



Woodworm holes found in timber are caused by the larvae of beetles that feed on the timber. Larger holes on the surface of the timber are formed when the adult beetle emerges from the timber to mate.

There are a number of species of woodworm, and the precise method of treatment will depend on which species is attacking the timber.

By far the most common species of woodworm in the UK is the Common Furniture Beetle (Anobium punctatum). Other types of woodworm common to the UK include the Deathwatch Beetle (Xestobium rufuvillosum), the House Longhorn Beetle (Hylotrupes bajulus), and the Powderpost beetle (Lyctus brunneus). Whilst the Powderpost Beetle can be treated in much the same way as the Common Furniture Beetle, House Longhorn and Deathwatch beetle infestations require more extensive treatment

Feel free to contact us, so we can find the best solution for you.

Dry Rot

Typical indications of dry rot include:

Dry Rot

Timber can become damp for a number of reasons. Among the most common causes are leaking washing machines, shower trays, baths, condensation etc.. The dampness can also come from outside the building, for example, leaking roofs, rising dampness, or dampness penetrating through walls. Whatever, the source of the dampness, if it is rectified and the timber allowed to properly dry out, the dry rot will eventually be controlled.

Dry rot can cause widespread structural damage. If you suspect dry rot contact us today for a free survey and we will identify the problem and effectively treat it.

Any Problem Solved

Damp Course Company

Whether the problem is rising damp, penetrating damp, rain penetration, defective drains, damage caused by leaking plumbing, condensation or actual flooding, we have the solution. Injecta Services have been established since 1968 and has a reputation as being the most thorough and professional Leicester damp course company.