Medway Messenger – Trusted by you since 1968 Tenants now have the right to sue their landlords for cold or damp homes under new laws that have recently come into force.
Building of the Month September 2019: The Old Forge, Canterbury Photo: Adrian Brennan Canterbury is an attractive historic city, with numerous listed buildings from churches and abbeys to banks and almshouses. Practically the whole of
Medway Flood Prevention and Repair 10 Jun – 17 Aug Following recent inclement weather, Rochester Building and Damp are prioritising flood prevention and flood damage in the Medway area until 17th August 2019. Residential, commercial
Business Hub Medway Q & A Session, Saturday 1st June 2019 Sponsored by 151 Products Ltd. On the evening of Saturday 1st June, Rochester Building and Damp representatives Emma Page (pictured below) and Matthew Cross
Our Services Rochester Building and Damp is primarily a damp proofing business specalising in structural building works. Our specific knowledge and experience of historic local architecture, antiquated building practices and archaic construction methodology, distinguishes us
Many older properties in Medway have a basement or cellar. Originally intended as a sub-floor location for storage, most notably solid fuel; the majority of basements today are severely affected by saturation-level ingress. Therefore
The Trinity Chapel within Canterbury Cathedral will be closed from Wednesday 1st May to Monday 13th May. Rochester Building and Damp secured a maintenance contract in September 2018. Work commencing on Wednesday 1st represents our
Contrary to popular opinion, the origin of damp proofing has it’s roots not within construction but in ship building. Only in recent years has Lord Alexander Wolstenholme (1720-1804) received