Dont what ever you do get conned in to letting some one drill holes into every brick around your house and inject crap into it...this is the cheapest and crappest method there is!
Silicon injection is the most established and proven method for a new damp-proof course on an old building. Most companies will provide a 25 year insurance backed guarantee.
The new "dutch" method of replacing some bricks with a vented air duct is not yet fully proven IMHO.
Proper replacement of the damp-proof membrane/layer is an almost impossible and very very expensive job.
Quite often the damp-proof course has been bypassed by pointing, plaster or render on the inside and/or outside, a good visual inspection can often find the culprit and is simple to remedy. Occasionally around the 1920s the outside was rendered over the damp-proof course, by now the render has lost its water-proof properties and needs to be hacked-off above the damp-proof course and a bell-cast put on (Which is just a "kicked" out section of render down to an edging).
What had you in mind instead Sanchez?