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  • Rising Damp - Wikipedia

    Rising Damp is a British sitcom produced by Yorkshire Television for ITV. ITV originally broadcast the programme from 2 September 1974 until 9 May 1978.

  • Rising Damp (TV Series 1974–1978) - IMDb

    By coincidence Rigsby and Ruth answer the personal ad each has placed in the local paper and meet at the same hotel, both wearing pink carnations for identification ...

  • Damp (structural) - Wikipedia

    Rising damp is the common term for the slow upward movement of water in the lower sections of walls and other ground-supported structures by capillary action.

  • Rising damp - Simply Explained - Includes a Helpful Video

    Everything you need to know about rising damp. Includes a helpful video. Click now to resolve rising damp. Wise Property Care: Industry Award Winners

  • Rising Damp (1980) - IMDb

    Stingy English landlord Rigsby manages to scam his lodgers Cooper, an arts student, and Philip, an African jock, making both pay for a room they must share.

  • Rising Damp | Rising Damp Treatment Sydney

    Rising damp, sometimes known as salt damp, is a common problem that is brought to the notice of the Division of Building Research, CSIRO. It occurs particularly in ...

  • Rising Damp | Damp Proofing | Sydney Subfloor Ventilation

    Rising damp Control and treatment - Rising damp is a major cause of damage to masonry walls and if left untreated will cause serious damage, not only to your

  • How to Treat Rising Damp - DIY Doctor

    DIY Doctor shows you how to treat rising damp with easy and effective rising damp solutions, including DIY rising damp treatments and more

  • Rising Damp - The Building Conservation Directory

    Building pathologist Tim Hutton explores the commonly misdiagnosed phenomenon of rising damp in historic buildings, including preventive and treatment options

  • Rising Damp & its Control, by Safeguard Europe

    Rising damp is not the most common form of dampness encountered in buildings; this is left to condensation. However, a high proportion of older buildings are affected ...

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