What Is Timber Resin Repairs?
Why Are Timber Resin Repairs Needed?
How Are Timber Resin Repairs Conducted?
Are Timber Resin Repairs Effective?
What Are The Benefits Of Timber Resin Repairs?
Epoxy resin has many advantages and is suitable for most applications, from repairing beams and sagging joists to filling cracks and splits or repairing areas of fungal decay, rot and insect attack. Being a fluid material with excellent adhesive properties, the resin can be shaped to match the detail of nearly any timber structure. It is non-porous, so cannot be penetrated by water, repelling any and all the challenges nature throws at it. This means that a resin repair is extremely durable, resistant to damp and fungal attack.
You can also rest assured that epoxy resin will never shrink, and it is extremely strong, bonding well with the existing timber. From our point of view, the best thing about using epoxy resin to repair timber is the fact that it enables us to save or recycle all sorts of wood structures in a building, repairing them rather than replacing. This is important to us, especially when we are engaged in a sympathetic renovation project.