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Timber Preservation Guides

If you’re looking for an effective way to extend the life of your external timber structures then look no further!

Protecting timber and wood-based structures is essential in preserving the aesthetics, structural integrity, and durability of a timber-based structure. This page contains comprehensive guides from the experienced team at Anglia Property preservation on how to best protect your wooden components from the elements. Our team will provide instructions on how to identify and treat issues common to timber framed structures. The guides include ways to determine the type of rot your timber could potentially suffer from and the best ways to treat it.

With our help, you can be sure that your timber is being properly cared for and that it will last for years to come.

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Wood Beams

Woodworm Treatment Guide

Identifying woodworm depends on the type of wood and the species of wood boring beetle responsible as the tell-tale signs of infestation can differ.

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Dry Rot Treatment Guide

Dry rot, or Serpula Lacrymans, is a term used to describe a unique type of wood rot that occurs in damp timber despite its misleading name. Dry rot is the most serious form of fungal wood decay as it attacks the parts of timber that provide strength.  

Wet Wood

Wet Rot Treatment Guide

Wet rot is one of the most common forms of timber decay and it thrives in environments that have a moisture content between 30% and 60%. Although wet rot is not as severe as dry rot it can still cause serious damage to structural timbers in your property.

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Please get in touch with our friendly team today and we can get the ball rolling on your project sooner than you think.

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