05 Sep 2017

What Are The Long-Term Effects of Dry Rot?

Dry rot is one of the most serious forms of damp that can manifest itself in property and, if left untreated, it can cause potentially irreversible damage to the building. As specialists in treating dry rot in London, we strongly advise regularly inspecting your property for signs…

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17 Aug 2017

Why Buyers Should Always Insist on a Property Survey

When it comes to buying a property, especially as a first-time buyer, it is important to know exactly what it is you are signing up for, which is why a building survey is a must. Far too often, buyers opt against having a survey in…

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27 Jul 2017

What is Woodworm and How do you Treat it?

Woodworm is a common issue that can eventually result in timber framework and floors needing to be replaced as a result of an infestation. This is one of the most frequent causes of timber damage which can have a long-lasting effect on the framework of…

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13 Jun 2017

Top Tips for Avoiding Damp

Damp is a common problem in many homes, an issue which you should continually be on the lookout for in order to reduce the impact of any potential damp problems. Since rising damp, penetrating damp and condensation all present themselves in different ways, it makes…

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Dry rot occurs in high moisture environments.⁠ The average moisture level in dry wood is between 8% - 16%. Dry rot… https://t.co/1GJzzTPG6R
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