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  • Writer's pictureTK Waterproofing Solutions Ltd

If it's worth building, it's worth protecting!

Ground gases are gases which exist in the spaces between soil particles.

Some of the most common gases found include radon and carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and methane – all of which can result in suffocation if large doses are allowed to pass into the property, on a frequent and regular basis.

The reason that these gases exist in such locations is a result of both natural production and contamination from manmade site work and waste – with old mine workings and landfill sites particularly prominent in producing excess gas, which lives in the ground.

This is one of our ongoing projects in Doncaster where our NVQ L2 qualified technicians are installing a gas membrane in an old mining area on the outskirts of Doncaster.

Should you require assistance in providing the right protection against ground gases, please contact Phil Harrison @

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