9 Signs of Woodworm
Listed below are some of common signs of woodworm and what to look for to try to answer the all-important question: ‘Is the woodworm active?’ It is important for us to try and not only establish whether the woodworm is active or historic, but also to identify the species of wood boring beetle that is causing the damage.
For this reason you may need to book a woodworm survey, although the first point of call is to call the office for a free, no obligation consultation.
Different types of woodworm require different treatment approaches. In certain circumstances and insecticidal or fumigation treatment alone may not be sufficient, and some drying may also be required. Also a historic issue will usually need a precautionary protective treatment for woodworm only, whereas if it’s active, a more intense woodworm treatment will be advisable.
Nine Tips For Spotting Signs of woodworm
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