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Dealing with timber in leaky buildings

Valid from
13/06/2013

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Section 175 guidance
Format
Website, PDF

Description

Practical advice on dealing with decayed timber that is found once the cladding of a leaky building is removed. This guide covers identifying the extent of timber decay and repairing the framing. It is aimed at builders and building professionals.

Scope

Timber remediation is a highly specialised area of work that differs from building to building.

This guide highlights some circumstances where expert advice should be sought for identifying and testing fungal decay:

  • identifying and removing mould
  • removing affected timber and
  • treating timber on-site.
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Dealing with timber in leaky buildings

Description

Practical advice on dealing with decayed timber that is found once the cladding of a leaky building is removed. This guide covers identifying the extent of timber decay and repairing the framing. It is aimed at builders and building professionals.

View on Information Provider website Download this resource (PDF, 838KB)
Dealing with timber in leaky buildings
Description

Practical advice on dealing with decayed timber that is found once the cladding of a leaky building is removed. This guide covers identifying the extent of timber decay and repairing the framing. It is aimed at builders and building professionals.

View on Information Provider website Download this resource (PDF, 838KB)
This resource does not cite any other resources.

Dealing with timber in leaky buildings

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