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Its a common misconception by homeowners that damp can only affect an external wall, many a customer asks the question when damp is diagnosed on an internal wall often saying, “that can’t be right its an internal wall, where’s the damp coming from” Rising damp can effect both internal and external walls as long as the wall is built onto a foundation, the dampness originates from the ground water and rises up through the brickwork and in cases of the absence or damage to the damp proof course, it has the ability to affect internal wall finishes and timber in contact with the damp wall.