Wet Rot Treatment

Dampness combined with poor ventilation causes fungal attack on timber, better known as dry rot or wet rot. Dry rot is a serious form of timber decay. It can travel quickly through building materials other than timber, causing extensive structural damage within a short time.

  • Identify the source of moisture and fix it
  • Remove all affected timber and plasterwork
  • Carry out fungicidal treatment on the surrounding brickwork and timber (all anti-fungal chemicals used by us are environmentally safe)
  • Re-plaster and reinstate timber work using chemically treated timber
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