Wet rot treatment can usually be carried out by removing the moisture source and drying out the surrounding fabric thus preventing further spread.
 

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Wet rot treatment
Wet rot treatment
Wet rot treatment can usually be carried out by removing the moisture source and drying out the surrounding fabric thus preventing further spread. Where any affected timber has lost its strength, removing the timber and replacing it with new timber treated against the potential germination.
Rising damp treatment
Rising damp treatment
Rising damp is potentially an issue that can affect all buildings. Practically all buildings are surrounded by natural moisture that is trying to get into the dry structure of the building.
Basement waterproofing
Basement waterproofing
We are basement waterproofing specialists. If your basement or cellar is leaky and wet and you want to do something about it, our specialist division at Wise Basement Systems can help!
Condensation treatment
Condensation treatment
Condensation is an extremely underestimated cause of damage to our homes and is almost certainly the most common form of dampness within a building. It is because of this that enquiries regarding condensation treatment are on the rise.
Condensation tips
Condensation tips
In order to try and keep your bills down and avoid excessive condensation treatments, there are various free condensation tips and measures you can adopt to try and minimise your problem. You can also visit our wise condensation shop for cost effective solutions:
Identifying rising damp
Identifying rising damp
The one thing to remember when identifying rising damp is that there are many forms of damp that can affect a property and different forms of damp proofing to help treat the particular damp problem.
Wet Rot

Wet Rot, whilst typically not as difficult to eradicate as dry rot, can nevertheless cause severe damage within your property if allowed to go unchecked and is often a common cause of structural defects.

It is for this reason that it is important to recognise if you need wet rot treatment for your property.

In order to grow, wet rot requires a regular source of moisture ingress, which can result from sources of defective plumbing, gutters, downpipes or stone pointing.

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