If you are interested in getting a professional team to carry out woodworm treatment, make sure to contact us now.
Are you looking for woodworm treatment for your home or workplace?
Woodworm is an issue which, unfortunately, continues to affect thousands of properties all over the world.
Many people find that their homes are at risk of bug and woodworm infestation, which, if untreated, may lead to serious structural problems further down the line.
It can be really surprising just how much damage a small woodworm or two can do!
Therefore, at the first sign of any kind of wood-boring from woodworm or other bugs inside your property, it is crucial that you arrange woodworm treatment as soon as possible.
Woodworm treatment is affordable, reliable, and safe.
Rather than leave your doors, skirting boards and essential carpentry fall prey to critters such as the house longhorn beetle, the common furniture beetle and the everyday woodworm, it makes sense to reach out to a team with the relevant experience and tools to help you take back control.
The average woodworm treatment cost will vary depending on a number of different factors. These may include:
Therefore, it is safe to assume that all cases of wood-boring beetle and woodworm are likely to be fairly different.
While the way we start treating woodworm in properties remains the same, we make sure to undertake thorough surveys so we know exactly which tools and methods are likely to provide you with the long-lasting results you demand.
When it comes to finding out the price of a full woodworm survey and treatment all you ever need to do is get in touch with our leading specialists.
We will make sure to conduct a full consultation and survey with you, meaning that you can be sure what you're paying for - as well as how much - before work begins. This way, you are never kept in the dark when it comes to budgeting.
What does a full woodworm survey actually entail? Before we can confirm and decide upon which treatments are likely to work best for your particular case, we will need to undergo a full inspection of your property, or at least the structural areas where you would like us to treat woodworm for you.
Specifically, we may generally look closely at the timber in your building's structure, and find ways through which we can safely remove unwanted pests.
This full risk assessment will allow us to ascertain whether or not it will be safe and healthy for us to remove woodworms from your property.
Rest assured, we will conduct a thorough inspection, meaning that we will never advise of any treatments which are likely to do you or your family any harm.
Nor, in addition, will we look to remove woodworm infestation in such a way that actively damages your property, from its inner structure to outward aesthetics.
Therefore, you can rely on us to take a measured, responsible approach to remove woodworm and other potentially hazardous creatures during our treatment.
It is during this risk assessment that we will analyse which insecticidal treatments will work best in removing woodworm from your timber. This means that we may need to consider sprays, coats and even physical trowelling.
However, do also keep in mind that we may need to remove some finishes to be able to rid your home of woodworm completely.
Rest assured, before woodworm treatment begins, we will run through our full assessment findings with you.
No matter the damage is already done to wood or furniture in your property, it's important to us that we advise you exactly how we intend to bring active woodworm damage to an absolute stop.
Even if you are suffering from a particularly nasty deathwatch beetle infestation, you can be sure we will have the ways and means to safely remove them all.
Our woodworm removal and infestation control process is simple, efficient, and carefully treats the wood in your home and structuring to ensure that no adult beetle damage or woodworm visits occur again.
During our consultation and assessment of your home, we will of course need to consider what might actually be causing your problems in the first place.
Unfortunately, wood is particularly tasty to all kinds of bugs and minibeasts, and that means we need to be on our toes to take care of a wide variety of adult beetle damage.
It's actually worth remembering that woodworm isn't actually a woodworm at all - it's a common furniture beetle, or house longhorn beetle, which just so happens to have a pretty irritating habit of boring through holes in your wood.
Furniture beetles can be persistent and flock together, meaning that if you give them an inch, before long, they could be doing serious structural damage to your property.
In some cases, wood-boring beetles do not need any kind of chemical spray or treatment. Therefore, we will only ever ensure to use chemical sprays and insecticides if the type of beetle or insect you are suffering from simply won't react to anything else.
The fact is, adult beetles can be particularly stubborn, which means that we may have to get creative with the products we use. Crucially, we will only ever treat woodworm and death watch beetle infestations in your home with sprays and products which will protect your wood.
We are not in the business of causing additional damage alongside an array of beetle exit holes!
If you do have any questions or queries regarding woodworm treatment and what we use to get rid of the most stubborn infestation conditions, all you ever have to do is call and ask. We're here to gently guide you through the whole process.
We use a wide variety of different woodworm control products to help remedy infestation conditions.
Whether we are dealing with furniture beetle conditions or a nasty case of death watch beetle infestation, we will make sure that we carefully spray and fume out nests and hives of bugs and insects likely to be doing serious damage to the wood in your home's structuring.
In many cases, we will look for signs of fungus infestation as well as woodworm exit holes. Fungi can be commonly found alongside woodworm conditions and death watch beetle scenarios, meaning that it may be necessary that we take further investigative measures during our assessment.
However, do be aware that we strive to preserve your property as much as we can. Again, we will always let you know what to expect from our services before we line up any kind of treatment or plan of action.
The common furniture beetle or house longhorn beetle may not need much encouragement to move on. This is all the better for you and your home!
However, it's important to keep in mind that getting rid of any kind of wood pests - such as woodworm - will need a careful, measured plan of attack. This means that we will only ever use the best woodworm and wood protection equipment and products.
We will also clearly advise you on whether or not the premises will need to be vacated while the infestation is brought under control.
Getting rid of woodworm is sadly not as simple as using an everyday bug spray or treatment.
Our specialists work to isolate areas of timber and joists which we can carefully spray and coat to not only kill woodworm and house longhorn beetle groups but which will ensure that common furniture bugs stay out of your wood for a considerable time to come.
It is important to contact a woodworm or wood specialist who can not only remove beetles and boring insects on sight but who can protect your property and its structure for many years to come.
Active woodworm is easy to spot as you may notice your structuring and wood start to crumble. In the worst cases, you may suffer extreme structural damage.
This, of course, could lead to larger problems later down the line, and may even put you and your family at risk of injury or worse. Therefore, once you are clear that furniture beetles or furniture woodworm are present in your home, you must reach out for professional support.
While it may be possible to try and treat your wood, or pre-treat your wood to make sure that no furniture beetles or wood-boring woodworm come back, non-professional methods are not always likely to produce the best results.
Therefore, it is crucial you make sure you approach a competent and experienced team with the best tools, sprays and years of experience.
Working with insecticides, even if you are spraying for woodworm through the wood in your attic or loft, may prove to be hazardous unless you are using the right safety equipment.
This is all the more reason why you should reach out for professional woodworm infestation control as soon as you possibly can. Having worked with furniture beetle conditions across the years, we know what is likely to work well and what isn't.
That's why we insist that we run a full and thorough wood and home risk assessment before we take on any treatment of your property. This way, we can be sure to get rid of adult beetles for good.
What's more, no matter how many exit holes there may be in your wood, we will endeavour to send woodworm packing so that you can press on with remedying the situation.
Our woodworm treatment is designed and performed to last decades to come. Generally, you will find that an average wood or furniture treatment from a non-woodworm specialist will only last for a short while.
Therefore, when you approach our wood-boring beetle experts, you can be sure that we will supply a wood protection service to help keep woodworm off your premises for extensive time to come.
Woodworm, sadly, will keep coming back unless you treat wood in a particular way. The products we use to spray and coat the wood with will help to prevent the common wood boring furniture beetle from wiggling its way back into your property for decades to come.
In many cases, an effective woodworm infestation treatment will last 20 to 30 years.
No matter how persistent a common furniture beetle may be - and no matter the exit holes in your wood - there will be no chance of them ever coming back.
The last thing you are going to need from a professional woodworm treatment is for the service to be temporary. Woodworm isn't something you can get rid of temporarily. Therefore, always make sure to treat your wood to the professional touch.
We'll let you know exactly what you can expect from the endurance and longevity of your woodworm treatment when you call us. Need help sending a common furniture beetle packing? We'll keep your timber clear for years to come.
If you are starting to notice that the wood in your property is suffering thanks to a nasty common furniture woodworm problem, it is time to reach out to the local experts.
We make sure to carefully audit and spray all the wood we work with, and to offer our customers a woodworm spraying service which they can safely rely on for years to come.
What's more, we offer fair prices and rates, meaning that you can always expect leading quotes on all manner of woodworm services from our team.
If you're worried you might have woodworm or are noticing the wood in your home starting to splinter away, it's time to get in touch.
Call us now for a free quote, or do make sure to fill out our web form with your details. We will then set up a woodworm treatment or woodworm infestation plan of action as soon as you're ready to move forward. Don't let your property fall prey to beetles!