Wet rot repairs on a timber-clad property in Banff, all due to a faulty walk-in-shower that had been leaking over time.

Internally, the support posts/framing, flooring, and joists had to be replaced.
Externally, the affected timber-clad linings were removed and replaced with a similar construction, which retained the look of the original face. Joints were sealed with a timber repair resin, and a paint primer coat applied.

The solum area was cleaned out of any debris, and a fungicidal treatment was carried out to prevent any future growth.

New moisture-resistant ply was fitted to the internal walls before the new bathroom fittings were installed, then the new wet wall, shower screen, shower, and existing ventilation system re-installed.