Dry Rot Treatment In Cambridgeshire
First off all a dry rot survey will need to be carried out by our highly experienced dry rot specialist team to make sure the issue is diagnosed correctly and the course of treatment is right. You will receive a full and detailed report that will outline all of the findings and the suggested ways to proceed so you are kept fully aware of what is happening.
A damp survey will also be completed to identify the source of moisture. This will detail what the damp problem is exactly and the best way to eradicate the damp and prevent it from recurring.
We will need to have access to the infected wood so our technicians can carry out repairs or remove the infected wood completely.
This means removal of plaster work, floorboards, etc. to make sure we get to all of the infected areas.
Replacing the damaged timbers and ensuring the affected area is structural sound again comes next.
The masonry and timber surrounding the affected area will need to have the required fungicidal treatment applied.
Reinstatement of the walls and ceilings that were removed in the process will finish the job.