• Timber Treatment

  • Timber Structural Longevity

    Timber has long been used for constructing houses and well-preserved wood framed buildings in the UK date back a thousand years. It is however a material that is susceptible to degradation from rot and insect infestation if it is not carefully treated and protected. Timber treatment is best carried out with a professional wood preservative to protect structural integrity and ensure longevity.

    Contact Dampmaster UK today for Timber Treatment in Bristol and all surrounding areas Call us now : 0117 9079094

  • What makes wood vulnerable?

    Insect Infestation – Common woodworm attack represents a relatively low risk to durability if caught early and treated with preser­va­tiv­es. Larger beetles, such as death-watch and longhorn have potential to cause much greater damage.
    Fungal Decay – Wet rot and dry rot represent a much higher risk to the integrity of wooden members. Rot develops where timber is exposed to dampness and ventilation is poor. Wooden joists sitting on sub-floor brickwork is a good example.

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  • Look out for signs of woodworm activity

    Round holes in woodwork, coupled with dusty deposits may be evidence of infestation by the common furniture beetle. Fresh flight holes are formed during the emergence season of April to October, which is the best time to treat the timbers with an insecticidal wood preserver.

  • Look out for signs of wood rot

    Areas of wet rot may feel spongy and look darker than the surrounding timber. Dry rot may manifest itself in the form of a white/ yellow fungus, dusty orange spores and/or thick branch-like strands extending over walls and floors. Badly decayed timber may be susceptible to cross-grain cracking. Treatment includes actions to eliminate all sources of dampness, cut away and replace rot-affected lumber and apply a protective fungicidal preservative to treat surrounding areas.

    Insecticide and fungicide wood preserver treatments can be applied in different ways:

    • Spray treatments are ideal for treating large areas of timber such as wooden floors.
    • Surface applied gels treat timbers that are particularly susceptible to rot, for example joints ends.
    • Injected preservers provide maximum protection for buried wooden posts.
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    Before - Timber Treatment

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    Before - Timber Treatment

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    Completed - Timber Treatment

  • We Take Great Pride In The Service We Provide

    Please see our customer testimonials below

MagentaLight39 (Bristol)

★★★★★

Professional builders at the top of their profession. All work given honest appraisal, decent price and carried out a fantastic job, finished off to top spec and would definitely use every time and highly recommend.

BluePot98 (Bristol)

★★★★★

Mark came round and quickly resolved a damp issue I had in preparing a house ready for letting. He removed and replaced all skirting and radiators where required.

Would highly recommend his services!!