Dry rot control has become a necessity for households across the country. You might not realise it but dry rot (also known as wood rot) has a devastating impact on the home. It attacks the timber and causes rapid decay. Typically, dry rot targets wooden components in and around the home and can spread quickly if it goes untreated. It means the masonry and plaster features are under threat too.
While you might be tempted to tackle the problem yourself, it’s best to call in dry rot control specialists.
Protecting the structural integrity of a property
What you might not know is that dry rot control is there to protect the property as much as it’s there to tackle the problem. For instance, dry rot can spread throughout the home and cause serious structural issues. This typically means extensive repairs and a hefty bill at the end of the process. Dealing with the problem quickly can prevent the spread of dry rot.
DIY dry rot control isn’t a task you want to get wrong
Let’s be honest, a lot of people are tempted to try dry rot control themselves. Why not? It seems like a smart option, especially when you want to save money, but it’s not as easy as it sounds. Fixing dry rot can be difficult at the best of times and incredibly time-consuming. Even a minor outbreak of dry rot can take a lot of time to fix.
Dry rot control is a job for professionals because they have the tools and patience to deal with the problem effectively. It means no tantrums and no problems. It will be the better option for you too.
A professional service will keep your home safe
Dry rot control is never easy, even when you’re dealing with a minor outbreak. The real problem is that dry rot spreads quickly. You don’t always know about the problem until it’s too late and that can create an endless nightmare. Fortunately, a professional dry rot control service can deal with the problem head-on and ensure the property is repaired correctly.
Let the professionals handle dry rot
You don’t always hear about dry rot or even think it’ll affect your home. Unfortunately, it can be waiting for the opportune moment to strike. You don’t always realise it but it’s there and is incredibly difficult to deal with. That is why professionals should be called in to handle the problem. Dry rot control can be much more effective when a professional deals with it.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Yes, roofers increasingly use drones to complete roof inspections. Drone roof inspections save time because they don’t require scaffolding, ladders, or roofers to physically climb onto the top of the roof. This means the process is also safer. Moreover, high-tech drones can identify roofing problems even from a distance, making roof inspections faster and more accurate.
When carrying out drone roof surveys, roofers inspect your property’s roof covering to check its age and condition, and make recommendations on the need for repairs or replacement, either now or at some point in the future. They can also compare the condition to roofs of other similar properties.
Here are the broad-brush steps to using a drone for surveying:
- Select the right drone for the task.
- Purchase appropriate software.
- Plan the flight.
- Check the settings on the camera.
- Fly and review the area to be surveyed.
- Process the resulting images.
The more sophisticated the equipment, the more accurate the survey will be. The best equipment can produce sharp, crisp images that are accurate down to the very last millimetre. At Environ Property Services, we use state-of-the-art drones that can offer a high degree of accuracy, much more so than doing the job manually with ladders or scaffolding.
Drones are capable of getting a clear, aerial view of your rooftop and take detailed images of it. They are also designed to take precise measurements of your roof. Nowadays, many drones used in roof surveying are equipped with roof-measuring apps and programs that can provide highly accurate roof measurements.