Houses that have wet or dry rot can suffer severe damage, especially to structural beams. In addition to this concern, wet rot poses a very real health risk to people living or working in the property as it can exacerbate respiratory issues such as asthma. BWT Southern provides expert dry rot and wet rot treatment services. We have offices in Fareham, Portsmouth, Guildford, Salisbury and Bishop’s Waltham, and we operate throughout Surrey, Sussex, Wiltshire, Chichester, Farnham, Haslemere, and Winchester. Contact us today.
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How to identify wet or dry rot
Wet rot appears on timber that has been left in damp conditions. Visible fungal growth, unpleasant musty smells and cracked or softened timber are some of the most common signs of wet rot in your property. Dry rot is a more severe condition, and is characterised by the appearance of white, fluffy fungal growths, orange fungus, and brittle, darkened timber. Both wet and dry rot can appear anywhere in your home or business property but are most often seen in roofs or basements.
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If areas that are affected by wet rot and dry rot are left to develop and not treated promptly by a professional team, then your property could experience severe structural problems. The spores from fungi associated with wet and dry rot infestations are also known to adversely impact the health of people with respiratory problems or allergies. BWT Southern provides effective dry and wet rot treatment services in Fareham, and right across the region. Our skilled and experienced team can identify and treat any area affected by wet or dry rot in your building.
"Good clean service. Arrived on the day and on time, felt confident that you were getting the job done properly."
Damp course, installation of chemical damp proof course.
Customer in Fareham