Timber Resin Repair
Timber resin repair is a method of structural repair used to replace decayed ends or mid-sections of timber beams, frame or joists which have decayed due to a rot or timber infestation.
The key benefit is that rather than having to remove and replace the whole timber some of which which may not be affected by any decay or it is structurally impractical to do so, it replaces only the part of the timber that has been damaged.
This makes it an ideal solution for heritage, churches and listed buildings preservation. It increases the opportunity to retain the original, often valuable and historical timbers as well as minimising the risk of damage to surrounding brickwork and plasterwork. Resins can be stained to match the original timber and specialised moulding mortars can be used to mimic graining and even woodworm and Deathwatch beetle flight holes.