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Woodworm is a generic term used for the larvae state of a number of different wood-boring beetle species. Generally, wood-boring beetles lay their eggs during the months of April through to September which can cause serious infestations and fatal structural damage - proving a huge problem for residential properties across the UK.
With many species of wood-boring beetle, some with uncanny names like the Deathwatch Beetle or House Longhorn beetle, property owners can easily panic. It is likely you are dealing with the Common Furniture Beetle as this infests most timbers found in properties in the UK. Early identification and gaining a full understanding of the extent of your woodworm issue is key to prevent it from developing into a more serious problem.
1 - Adult beetles lay their eggs in the cracks on wood, potentially infesting floorboards, furniture, wooden beams and other wooden object.
2 - When the Larvae hatch, they burrow themselves further into the wood and feed on it, creating a maze of tunnels over several years. The larvae can seriously weaken the timbers in your property.
Have you seen signs of woodworm but you're worried about expencive treatments? Acting fast to prevent woodworm from causing further damage to your property could reduce the amount of work our technicians need to carry out; ultimately keeping your treatment costs low.
Book a woodworm survey appointment or call us and we will arrange for your local team to contact you.
Our surveyors will discuss your Woodworm problem with you & provide you with a quote and recommendations.
Our PCA certified technicians will provide your woodworm treatment.
We'll make as many visits as you require to ensure your problem is resolved.
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