Our expert team of surveyors and technicians took the pictures of dry rot below. These pictures show dry rot at various stages of its life cycle and show the damage it can cause to properties.
Dry rot is one of the most severe problems a property can suffer from, so if the photographs below lead you to believe that your property is suffering from dry rot then it is imperative that you book a dry rot survey as soon as possible. If your property has dry rot our qualified and experienced professionals will be able to develop a bespoke dry rot treatment programme for you.
Dry rot is a wood-rotting fungus that destroys timber. It occurs when common spores in the atmosphere combine with excess moisture to germinate and grow. It can seriously affect the structural integrity of a property by damaging beams, joists and floorboards.
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