Dryzone location on rendered walls

Discussion in 'Builders' Talk' started by Pagewear, Jan 20, 2021.

  1. Pagewear

    Pagewear New Member

    I have bought a house that had a high block drive which has caused damage to the brick below the dpc, im lowering the drive and having the outer walls rendered when the weather picks up but due to some consequential damp issues due to the failed DPC i intend to insert dryzone rods.

    My question is which is the best mortor line to do this? the wall has the original DPC then a brick course sticking out above it which had been chemically injected, then the render sits on this. I don't want to go too low and the surveyor said inject above the offset brick but wouldn't this cause problems with the render?

    Thanks in advance
     

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