Chemical damp-proof courses are inserted to control the vertical passage of moisture from the ground. These are installed in almost all properties.
Structural waterproofing below ground level is a specialised operation and should be carried out by professionals having the right level of understanding.
Woodworm usually consist of holes in wooden items, with live infestations showing powder (faeces) around the holes, which are typically 1mm to 1.5mm in diameter
We can identify whether timber decay has been caused by dry rot or another wood-destroying fungus such as one of the wet rots.
Our service for the repair and or replacement of wooden flooring can give you the peace of mind and can also save you money.
Cavity wall tie corrosion occurs when the wall ties embedded in a wall corrode because their protective coating breaks down.
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Softwoods and european hard woods, especially, birch, used in plywood. Sap wood is mostley affected, but heart wood can also be effected when wood rot is present.
The recentley formed sap wood with a higher nitrogen content is prefered.
The level of larva growth decreses towards the older sap wood where the nitrogen content is less.
Sap wood and heart wood of hard wood, mainly oak, are particularly affected by decay. Although soft woods are occasionally damaged when in contact with infected hard wood. The beetle is found mainly in southern and central countries of England also in Wales, but not recorded in Scotland. The beetle mainly affects historic buildings, churches and stately homes, where oak and elm were used during construction.