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How to dry out a room after a leak

10 July 2019

Flooding is without a doubt a problem on the increase in the UK. What used to be an infrequent occurrence now appears to be happening...

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Dry Rot treatment for a homeowner in Oxford

3 July 2019

Always be aware that with a mix of rain and high temperatures throughout this coming summer, it will provide the right conditions for wet rot...

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Wet rot found in a church in Lancashire

13 June 2019

Built in the late 17th century, this timber frame church was built to serve the growing population of Lancashire. Once a physical representation of the...

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A Simple Guide to Dry Rot

12 March 2015

Almost everyone’s heard of dry rot. It is a name that strikes fear in to homeowners! And rightly so. Its fearsome reputation for destroying timbers...

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Surveyors Fotofile: Dry rot fruiting body

28 June 2013

There are tell-tale signs of dry rot such as damaged timber, spore dust, white mycelium and fruiting bodies. Some amazing pictures today from one of...

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Identifying the Differences between Wet rot and Dry rot

18 April 2013

A question that we get asked frequently by clients who discover a form of fungal decay in their property is “What’s the difference between dry rot and...

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Surveyors Fotofile: Plaster fungi in a South London pub

18 April 2011

At Timberwise our surveyors are experts in identifying various forms of fungal decay from well know rots such as Dry Rot and Wet Rot through...

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Does Dry Rot Spread?

11 October 2008

Timberwise has been treating Dry Rot for over 5 decades and in that time have built a wealth of technical knowledge on Dry Rot. A question...

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