15 Jun 2021

How Do You Kill Dry Rot Fungus?

Dry rot is one of the most common yet severe timber decay issues that affects wood within the home. It can be so serious that it can compromise the structural integrity of a home, but early identification and treatment can prevent it from reaching this…

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11 Jun 2021

How to Repair Rotted Wood

Older properties can be susceptible to damp and timber issues as a result of a compromised damp proof course (DPC) and/or poor ventilation resulting in rotted wood, but decaying timber can affect any home at any stage if the right conditions are in place. Depending…

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Wood Borer Beetle Wood Damage
08 Jun 2021

How to Get Rid of Wood Boring Beetles in Furniture

If you have wood in your home, be it in the form of a dining table or a garden shed, you may have seen the devastating impact wood boring beetles can have. From aesthetic damage to structural decay, wood boring beetles can gravely affect your…

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04 Jun 2021

How to Waterproof Concrete

Concrete is one of the most used materials within the construction industry. In the 1960s, one of the biggest architectural trends was flat concrete exteriors. Trends come and go and whilst it’s now uncommon to see big concrete buildings being newly built, concrete is still…

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Damp and Mould on Living Room Wall
02 Jun 2021

How to Get Rid of Damp in the Bedroom

Your bedroom is supposed to be a sanctuary; a place where you can sit back and relax after a long day and clear your mind of all of its troubles. For many people, their bedroom is a haven of soft furnishings, ambient lighting and pure…

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