Timber Decay & Woodworm Treatment

Wet Rot Fungus attacking section of skirting board

There are multiple causes for your timber beams to decay or become damaged; both wet rot fungus and dry rot fungus, wood boring insects such as the House Longhorn Beetle and the Death Watch Beetle as well as woodworm. Our 40 years-worth of expertise has meant that we have encountered all of these problems before and we are equipped to provide long term solutions to your timber decay trouble.

Our London timber decay services usually start with a survey in order to understand where your problem lies and how serious it is. We always make sure that we fully comprehend the situation so that we can identify the symptoms and see what it is causing the problem. Once we have completed the survey, you will receive an honest report of which services you will require and once agreed we can get to work for you.

Contact Us for Timber Decay Treatment

If you are experiencing timber decay in your domestic or commercial property, Timkon are here to help. Call us today to book a survey on 01372 844534 or 01372 849975; you can also email us at info@timkon.co.uk. If you see our Contact page, you can also fill out our online enquiry form and we will reply as soon as we can.

We can help anyone who lives within the regions of Guildford, Surrey, London, Sussex and the rest of the Home Counties.

Wood Boring Insects

Roof timber attacked by House Long Horn Beetle Hylotrupes Bajulus
There are many types of Wood Boring insects which can cause varying degrees of damage. We can offer various paste & gel treatment...

Wet Rot Treatment

Wet Rot Fungus Coniophora Puteana attacking a lathe and plaster stud partition wall
Wet Rot occurs in timbers which have come into prolonged contact with a damp environment.

Dry Rot Treatment

Mycellium of the dry rot fungus Serpula Lacrymans attacking a piece of timber
Dry Rot (Serpula Lacrymans) is very aggressive in nature and can cause structural damage to a property if left untreated.

Woodworm Treatment

Extensive attack of Common Furniture Beetle Anobium Punctatum to section of timber joist
Woodworm can affect all properties not just older buildings. Any wooden structure within a building whether it be furniture or structural timbers can be infected...

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please call us on 01372 844534 or alternatively, Request a free call back, Request a Survey