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Ground Gas Guides

This is the place to come if you are looking for comprehensive guides on how to protect your site or home from harmful ground gases.

In this section, we provide detailed information from our team of vastly experienced specialists on the installation and use of ground gas membranes. Our engineers will explain the different types of ground gas membrane available, what kind of treatments must be used in order to make them effective, and how they can best be installed to prevent infiltration.

With our help, you can be sure that your site is well-protected against hazardous gases such as carbon dioxide and methane, as well as other potentially damaging elements like radon or hydrogen sulphide.

So if you need advice on how to safeguard your site or any other building from potential threats originating from the ground beneath it, be sure to check out these guides today!

Ground Gas Help & Advice

Have a question about ground gas and ground gas membranes? We’ve put together a handy list of all the most important advice, guides and tips to give you all the information you need. If we haven’t answered something you’d like to know about, please get in contact with us and we’d be happy to help you.

Protection for ground gases

Tips on how you protect a structure against potential ground gases. 

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What is BS8485: 2015?

A guide on what BS8485: 2015 is and why it is needed.

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Do I Need A Radon Test?

High levels of radon can be dangerous and testing can sometimes be required.

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Ground Gas Protection Measures

Discover the required measures to protect your home against ground gases.

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Ground Gas Installation

Find out what happens during a ground gas installation.

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What Is A Radon Barrier?

Radon is a common ground gas that needs to be controlled.

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CO2 Ground Gas Membranes

Protection against carbon dioxide, a harmful ground gas, could be critical.

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Gas Membranes & Damp Proofing

Gas membranes can also act as a DPC. Find out more.

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How Dangerous Is Ground Gas?

Build-up of ground gases can lead to property damage and serious health implications.

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We’re Ready To Help You

Please get in touch with our friendly team today and we can get the ball rolling on your project sooner than you think.

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