Have you noticed small round holes in your wood work or crumbly edges to boards and joists? Perhaps you’ve spotted adult beetles appearing from the holes or even just around the house? If so, you may have a woodworm problem. Woodworm refers to the larvae of any wood-boring beetle. In Britain, the most common of these are the Common Furniture Beetle, Deathwatch Beetle, House Longhorn Beetle and Powderpost Beetle. They invade and then consume wood, only leaving when they have become mature. Woodworm needs to be treated quickly in order to avoid serious and irreversible damage to your property’s structures.
If you’re looking for a company that provides woodworm control services in Sussex, consider hiring Preservation Treatments. The firm has been in business since 1972 and has forged an excellent reputation across the south east of the country.
A Bespoke Service
Each case needs to be assessed and treated on an individual basis, and so the team never simply provide a standard ‘one-size-fits-all’ service. The company’s experienced surveyors will visit your property in order to complete an in-depth survey of the work that needs to be carried out. To find out more about Preservation Treatments, take a look around the website today.