Tuesday, Jul 14, 2015

How Does Dry Rot Affect My Home?

Liverpool Damp Surveyors: How Does Dry Rot Affect My Home?

Contrary to its name dry rot only grows where moist wood is present, so if your home suffers any leaks its a good idea to check your floorboards and walls for its presence. Dry rot is caused by a particular species of fungi and can remain dormant until the condition of the wood is optimum for its growth. As you may know dry rot effects the structural integrity of the wood it infests, so it is important to get it dealt with as soon as possible.

Posted by olly stabler @ 02:41 PM (5061 views)
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1. icarus said...

Do adverts belong here?

Wednesday, July 15, 2015 10:06AM Report Comment
 

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3. mister ed said...

Only those promoting house-buying in Enfield

Wednesday, July 15, 2015 11:19AM Report Comment
 

4. Rob Mk said...

ha ha ha nice one!

Wednesday, July 15, 2015 02:02PM Report Comment
 

5. bidin'matime said...

With falling readership on this site - and no doubt with it, the advertising - possibly this is an alternative approach to revenue raising...?

Wednesday, July 15, 2015 02:35PM Report Comment
 

6. jack c said...

I'm sure any good estate agent will be able to put a positive spin on dry rot similar to living next to a busy roundabout being described as living next to a prestigious turning circle.

Thursday, July 16, 2015 09:09AM Report Comment
 

7. Montymoore said...

Dry rot is a complete nightmare. It took hold in a mansion block I used to live in and did 120k worth of damage

Monday, July 27, 2015 10:48AM Report Comment
 

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