Robert has over 20 years experience in the fire & flood industry with a special interest in damp and mould and particularly on their effects on health.
Robert formed Damp Detectives to provide an independent, unbiased survey as he realised that damp and condensation was frequently misdiagnosed.
In these cases, the treatment is often expensive and ineffective. Our surveys are different, we use our instruments to great effect in identifying and suggesting solutions to almost any mould, damp or condensation issue.
Over the years, Damp Detectives have saved our customers thousands of pounds in avoiding unnecessary remedial work.
Robert Horne is a CSRT surveyor with the Property Care Association. For more information please visit www.property-care.org.
Areas Covered: Guildford, London
House Buyer Damp Surveys
We also offer independent home buyer surveys. If you have any concerns with a new property call us today to inspect before you buy and put your mind at rest.
As Independent Damp Surveyors we will survey your property or business and provide a non-biased report on what problems you may have, and how to resolve them. We specialise in identifying the source of Mould, Damp & Condensation. Don’t Let Damp Ruin Your Health! Call today.
Damp and mould can make you more likely to have respiratory infections, … babies and children, elderly people and those with existing skin problems may suffer the most.
I would recommend Robert’s service to anyone looking to buy a property who wanted to be sure it was in good order, or anyone living with damp and mould. Having spent the last three years becoming more and more frustrated with the property management agency responsible for maintenance in my block of flats, I now have an understanding of the root causes of my flat’s problem, and evidence which will hopefully resolve the situation once and for all. Robert is really friendly and understanding and very methodical in his approach
Damp Detectives are an excellent company. They used their extensive knowledge and experience with help from their equipment to pinpoint the problem. For me it looked like grease on the walls, however it was established that a shower seal had broken and water had dripped over time onto the floor and caused mould to grow on the inside of the plasterboard in a different room. Problem solved.