Wet Rot Treatment

Wet Rot

Wet Rot can be caused where there is a moisture content of greater than 20%. It is most important to identify and fix the cause of the damp. An example would be a sub-floor pipe leak. Wet Rot can also occur where floor joist ends or wall plates are in contact with damp walls. Two of the most common fungi are: Cellar Fungus (Coniophora puteana) and Mine Fungus (Fibroporia vaillantii).

Wet Rot Treatment

  • Remove all affected timber
  • Replacement of affected timbers

  • Plastering
  • Skimming
  • Coving
  • Screeding
  • Insulation
  • Rendering
  • Dry Lining
  • Wet Rot Treatment
  • Dry Rot Treatment
  • Woodworm
  • Crack Stitching
  • Rising Damp/Proofing
  • Mould & Condensation