Woodworm
Coventry, Leicester, Northampton, Leamington Spa, Solihull

Woodworm is a collective name given to a variety of wood boring insects which if left to their own devices without treatment can cause considerable damage to the structural timbers within a property.

Woodworm
Market Harborough, Nuneaton, Wellingborough, Kettering, Coalville

There are only two types of wood boring beetles that are significant in the central area of England these are the common furniture beetle and the Death Watch beetle. Common furniture beetle is fairly widespread and tends to attack soft woods whilst Death Watch beetle is more common in hard woods but they will normally be in damp situations.

If your property is suffering from woodworm, please call us today for professional advice on how to effectively treat the problem.

Woodworm
Warwick, Stratford Upon Avon, Rugby, Daventry

As woodworm can be present in roof timbers, suspended timber floors and sub floor areas it is essential for a trained surveyor to inspect accessible timbers to establish the extent of the infestation and make recommendations.

Structurally unsound timbers will need to be replaced and the adjoining areas will need to be treated with an approved insecticide.

Dampco prides itself on using the most environmentally water based chemicals available, these are low odour and have a re-entry time of just one hour thus minimising inconvenience to occupants.

Death Watch Beetle

Death Watch Beetle

Common Furniture Beetle

Common Furniture Beetle

For more information on how Dampco can provide a honest and reliable service, helping you and your home fight against the invasion of woodworm call us today on 024 7668 7683 or enquire online.

For all other services Dampco can offer including damp proofing and rot treatment, cellar and basement conversions please continue to browse our website.

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