You may not realise that you have a woodworm problem until the resulting damage becomes visible. If left untreated woodworm can seriously weaken timber.
Trust Preservation offers in house re-plastering on all of its contracts. We can offer all types of re-plastering from traditional horse hair/lime mortars right through to the very latest systems.
The dry rot fungus (Serpula lacrymans) is the most destructive wood decaying fungus found in building timber. It can develop and destroy wood very quickly and it easily penetrates inorganic materials, e.g. masonry.
Penetrating damp is moisture that penetrates laterally through the fabric of a building from the outside, typically as a result of; leaking roofs or pipework, blocked or damaged guttering and cracks in walls.
Excess moisture is a common problem in buildings, and may be apparent from; damp patches, mould growth, mildew, salts, staining, ‘tide marks’, blistering paint, bulging plaster
Trust Preservation offers flood restoration works, which include the removal of all damp affected timber and masonry and the drying out of the property.