Is your home suffering from wet rot? With over 60 years worth of experience in the removal and treatment of wet rot; you can be sure your property will be in safe hands. Thousands of homes and businesses across the UK have benefitted from our expertise wet rot treatment service.
If you require the expertise and help from our specialist wet rot treatment team, do not hesitate to get in touch with Rentokil Property Care. Give us a call on 0800 0121 437 or click the button below to book a survey with one of our locally-based surveyors.
Before treatment, one of our qualified surveyors will conduct a thorough property inspection (wet rot survey) to assess the extent of the rot problem and decide whether there is a need for treatment. At this point, plaster, skirting or paneling may need to be removed to determine the full extent of wet rot and its causes.
Our surveyor will also:
After a wet rot treatment survey has been completed, a solution has been agreed upon and our surveyor has arranged a suitable date with you; our technicians will come and rectify your wet rot problem. Our trained technicians will go through the following steps to treat your property for wet rot:
As the old adage goes, prevention is better than the cure, and it is possible to prevent a wet rot outbreak in your property. The following steps can help prevent wet rot:
Additionaly, wet rot tends to flourish in places where water leaks so regularly check the sinks, baths, showers, toilets and washing machines in your property. Fixing a small leak now can prevent the need for professional wet rot treatment in the future.
At Rentokil, we guarantee professional, effective wet rot treatment carried out by specialists wet rot technicians who are experienced in resolving rot issues in homes and business premises. As part of our expert service, all our wet rot treatments are covered by our 30-year guarantee, which can be passed on to future owners of your property.
Guarantee the safety of your home by calling us on 0800 0121 437 or contact our team about a survey today.