Wet Rot Specialists Dumfries & Galloway

Fixrot.co.uk Wet Rot Specialists Dumfries & Galloway
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What Causes Wet Rot?  Identify Wet Rot  How We Treat Wet Rot

What is Wet Rot?

Wet Rot can mean a lot of types of wood decay that can affect your home when there is a high level of structural dampness or a water leakage.  Increased moisture in timber provides a perfect place for all sorts of fungi to grow (for example the basement fungus Coniophora puteana)

 

It is of an utmost importance to properly discern/recognise/differentiate Wet Rot from it dangerous counterpart, Dry Rot.They may look similar, but the effects of Dry Rot can be much more widespread and dangerous.

 

This is why it’s always prudent to request a Specialist Opinion on whether you are dealing with Dry or Wet Rot. It is also important to know which fungus is causing the Wet Rot so that the appropriate treatment can be applied.

 

 

Request a Survey to
identify which rot you’re dealing with.

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Once we are sure we’re dealing with Wet Rot the treatment is relatively easy and requires removal of only some parts of decayed wood.

 

Wet Rot is less destructive than the Dry Rot, but it is more common and can cause some serious damage if left unattended.

 

At Fixrot.co.uk, we deliver an effective and professional wet rot treatment, which prevents the regeneration of the rot for years to come.

 

We offer upto 30 years guarantee on all our services.

**If you need Wet Rot Treatment in Dumfries & Galloway areas such as Moffat, Lockerbie, Dumfries, Annan, Castle Douglas, Thornhil, Gretna and Langholm don’t hesitate to contact us and request a home survey by our Rot Specialists. We go even as far as Carlisle and Glasgow.**

What Causes Wet Rot

Wet Rot is common but luckily easily remediable with a proper house maintenance. It is cause by high level of timber

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How To Identify Wet Rot

It is always best to consult a professional when identifying any type of Rot. The similarity between Dry and Wet Rot

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