Johannesburg, South Africa
Testimonials from South African home owners and businesses who have benefitted from an Aquapol installation.
In my search for modern methods to combat rising damp, I came across Aquapol exhibition stall at a House and Home Expo. I took a pamphlet and did my own online research into the company and its claims. I decided I have nothing to loose, and in addition could not find one single person online who said “I tried it, it didn’t work” . Now that alone is no small achievement for any product/ company, on the World Wide Web.
The assessment, installation, and administrative processes were seamless, and the employees professional.
I installed the system about 3 years ago, and was one of those customers who were more interested in seeing results, than in understanding the nitty gritty of how it works. My particular complaint was about damp smelly kitchen cupboards, where the wooden cabinets eventually starts to rot too, as my priority. Moving on from there, it would be great if my ground floor supporting walls (a double storey) could also dry, as I was more concerned about long-term structural damages (especially to the top floor’s balcony) than the nuisance of regular repainting (though that can also work out expensively over medium to long term).
The Aquapol device delivered in all these mentioned areas, and even more. I have also noticed that the brick paving in my backyard, no longer ‘buckles’. Who would have thought? And then, when putting all these small little incidences together, the one next to the other, a bigger picture does emerge.
I am definitely a happy satisfied customer, and do recommend this product, as it delivers on what it promise.
Johannesburg, South Africa
Here are a few of the international buldings done by various Aquapol companies around the world. If these prestigious buildings trust Aquapol, so can you
The Hungarian Parliament Building is the seat of the National Assembly of Hungary, one of Europe’s oldest legislative buildings, a notable landmark of Hungary and a popular tourist destination of Budapest. It lies in Lajos Kossuth Square, on the bank of the Danube, in Budapest. It is currently the largest building in Hungary.
Mileseva is a Serbian Orthodox monastery located near Prijepolje, in southwest Serbia. It was founded by King Vladislav, in the years between 1234 and 1236. The church has frescoes by the most skillful artists of that time, including one of the most famous in Serbian culture, the “White Angel”, which depicts an angel on Christ’s grave.
Rockwood Park building in East Sussex, United Kingdom.
Wolfsberg Castle (Schloss Wolfsberg) was first mentioned in a document in 1178, being referred to as “wolfsperch” castle. Today it is owned by Kärntner Montanindustrie GmbH and is lived in by the Henckel von Donnersmarck family. The historic building looks back on a vibrant past. It has been renovated in recent years, particular attention being paid to “reviving the original elegance of the premises”.
The castle is a well-known cultural and events facility in Carinthia and beyond, boasting splendid rooms that hark back to ages long past. It has called into being a wide range of cultural events which attract guests from near and far to Wolfsberg. The offerings include the “Concerts à la Carte” open-air festival with performances by world-famous artists.
Larino, Campobasso, Molise, Italy
Castle Reitenau in Styria, Austria
St. Gallen, Switzerland
Stockerau in Austria