Dry rot

2 07, 2021

Dry rot damage to sub-floor

2021-11-24T15:20:14+10:00July 2nd, 2021|Dry rot|Comments Off on Dry rot damage to sub-floor

Learn about causes of dry rot and damage it can cause to sub-floor timber. Dry rot damage to sub-floor timber. QBIS. Condensation is occuring to the underside of this timber floor from evaporation of water that has ponded on the soil below. This is causing the timber to decay. Dry-rot causing destruction of [...]

1 07, 2021

Inadequate clearances causing dry-rot

2021-11-25T05:59:03+10:00July 1st, 2021|Dry rot|Comments Off on Inadequate clearances causing dry-rot

Why it is important to know how inadequate clearances cause dry-rot. Learn how inadequate clearances causing dry-rot can affect the health of people living in houses also how it can be fixed.  QBIS. Experienced building inspectors must identify dry-rot and its causes to allow for rectification and prevent other problems developing. Learn how [...]

2 07, 2020

Dry-rot from insufficient ventilation

2021-08-15T18:39:03+10:00July 2nd, 2020|Dry rot, Rising Damp|Comments Off on Dry-rot from insufficient ventilation

Insufficient ventilation causing dry-rot to sub-floor of house. Dry-rot from insufficient ventilation to sub-floor area. QBIS. Soil levels around the house were higher than the sub-floor level, allowing seepage and ponding of water. Mould is forming to the underside of flooring also to framing caused by inadequate sub-floor ventilation can cause serious health problems. [...]

2 07, 2020

Danger of dry-rot below a home

2021-08-15T18:54:59+10:00July 2nd, 2020|Dry rot|Comments Off on Danger of dry-rot below a home

Dry rot danger below a home. Danger of dry-rot below a home. Significant deterioration to sub-floor structure and flooring below a home in Holland Park, from seepage, pooling of  water also insufficient ventilation. QBIS. Mould is also forming to timber of this sub-floor area causing deterioration.  Due to lack of appropriate ventilation and insufficient [...]

2 07, 2020

Insufficient ventilation causing dry-rot

2021-08-15T18:58:31+10:00July 2nd, 2020|Dry rot, Sub-floor ventilation|Comments Off on Insufficient ventilation causing dry-rot

Insufficient ventilation causing dry-rot. Insufficient ventilation causing dry-rot. We go where others don't!   QBIS. Deteriorating timber. Mould Mould is forming on the sub-floor timber structure and flooring due to insufficient ground clearance and inadequate ventilation. This is causing dry rot damage to timber and can potentially cause health problems with inhabitants of the house. [...]

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