Wet Rot Fungi
(Coniophora Puteana) is the most common species but not as serious as dry rot fungus, although if not dealt with can cause severe damage. It will flourish in very damp conditions above 35% moisture content with inadequate ventilation.
This treatment is referred to as Full Wet Rot Treatment.
How it’s treated:
1. Decayed timbers are to be removed from the area and disposed of.
2. Timber replacement and timber treatment with fungicidal fluid as specified in report.
3. Moisture sources to be rectified as per report.
We reserve the right to make minor departures from any of these standard treatments as we deem necessary without notice.