A flood can devastate any property, but it doesn’t have to be the end of the world if you take effective steps to stop the flood and protect your possessions. We asked our flood damage experts for their advice on how to fix up after flooding.
Blog: Flood Damage
As winter sets in, the risk of flooding on the South Coast is always a concern. Flood damage can have a devastating impact on your property and your emotional wellbeing, so we’ve put together some advice for you to take in the case of flooding in your home and ensure the best outcome for yourself and your home.
Contrary to its name, woodworm is in fact a generic term that refers to various types of woodboring beetle and larvae commonly found throughout the UK. These little pests can attack almost any type of timber, from furniture and floorboards to joists and rafters, and can cause serious structural damage if left untreated. Fortunately, woodworm is fairly easy to spot as the beetles leave distinctive exit holes and a powdery dust on the wood’s surface.
Damp in the home not only looks unpleasant but can have serious consequences to your health and the safety of your property.
Damp starts with a build-up of moisture and can come in many different forms, each of which requires a different type of treatment. To help prevent damp problems before they begin, follow these simple tips our experts at Croft Preservation have put together.