Signs of damage
Outbreak of infestation by one of the wood-boring insects
Small holes peppering exposed hardwood or softwood floor
Spray or injection treatment with disinfestation liquid for a small localised problem; where the outbreak is more extensive the advice of a specialist should be sought
Infection by dry rot
Usually grey/white fungus appearing on the edges of suspended timber floors next to the skirtings
Caused by a combination of damp and unventilated subfloor areas; specialist treatment is required
Incorrect finish in heavily-trafficked areas
Uneven wear of floor finishes
The use of jointless epoxy resin screeds or hard tiles is the type of solution that could be considered
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