Identify the common signs of dry rot and our innovative treatment solutions
Rot is one of the major causes of timber decay in old, historic and even modern buildings. The two most common types of wood rot are wet rot and dry rot, which are caused by fungal decay in building timbers.
A wide range of fungus species, known as ‘lignicolous’ fungi are responsible for damage, which can affect roof joists, window frames, floorboards, stairs and skirting boards. Dampness and poor ventilation are usually the main reasons for rotting wood.
Our wood rot surveyors are highly specialised in the identification and treating all types of wood rot in a wide variety of property types. If you are concerned your property could be experiencing issues with rot, get in touch with our expert team today.
We have a number of branches across London so you can be sure a surveyor is never too far away.
Covering the West Midland, our Birmingham branch will professionally repair rot in your property.
We have experts across Manchester and the surrounding areas, ready to help fix your rot problem.
Following professional diagnosis by our experienced wood rot team, our surveyor will create a custom treatment plan to protect your property from further damage. As part of our service, all our wood rot treatments carry a 30-year guarantee that should you feel the treatment has not worked we will send out one of our locally-based technicians to rectify the problem.
For more information about our range of wood rot treatment solutions or arrange a survey with one of our local experts, get in touch with our team today on 0800 0121 437 or click on the link below to arrange a survey online.
Professional dry rot treatment including thorough inspection from qualified surveyors & treatments with a 30 year guarantee.
Professional wet rot treatments with a 30 year guarantee - chemical treatments by qualified surveyors and technicians
For over 60 years, Rentokil Property Care have been proud to provide our customers with expert local knowledge combined with highly skilled professional service from the first contact. Take a look at our four-step survey and treatment process, from your initial enquiry right through to completed treatment.
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