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Wet rot is a general term applied to the many different species of fungus which cause timber decay. Timbers exposed externally to the elements and timbers in contact with wet soil, wet masonry, plaster and a damp atmosphere are all at risk from wet rot.
Wet can occur due to problems such as a leaking roof, from a buildup of moisture on window frames and on timbers that have been left untreated.
Wet rot spores will result in blackening of timber which causes cracking and crumbling. Timbers will continue to weaken as more moisture enters the timber and breaks down the timber cells. White rot is another type of rot which can bleach affected timbers leaving them pale in colour resulting in timbers that will crush easily rather than crumbling.
Our specialist teams use the latest practices, techniques and materials available to deliver the best timber treatment solution and service always.
If you are concerned your property is suffering from timber decay, please contact the ProTen team for advice or to book a survey. Contact us