Why joinery is better than bog when repairing dry rot

Wood rot is a common problem that many homeowners face, and it can be a hassle to deal with. If you’re dealing with wood rot in your home, it’s important to choose the right solution for repairing it. In this blog post, we’ll discuss why joinery is a better option than bog when repairing wood rot in your home.

The Problem with Bog

Bog is a filling material that is often used to repair wood rot. While it may seem like a quick and easy solution, it’s not the best option for a long-term repair. Bog simply covers up the rot and doesn’t address the underlying problem. It’s not as strong or durable as new wood, and it’s much more noticeable because it doesn’t look like the surrounding wood.

The Benefits of Joinery

Joinery, on the other hand, involves removing the affected pieces of wood and replacing them with fresh, untreated wood. This new wood is much stronger and less likely to rot, so your repair will last much longer. And because we use wood that looks like the surrounding wood, your repair will be almost invisible, giving your home a clean, polished look. Joinery is a more time-consuming process than using bog, but it’s worth it in the long run. It’s a permanent solution that will ensure your wood rot problem doesn’t return.

Why Choose Stop The Rot?

At Stop The Rot, we specialise in wood rot restoration and joinery. Our team of skilled professionals can assess your wood rot problem, determine the best solution, and provide you with a high-quality repair that will last. We believe that joinery is the best option for repairing wood rot in your home, and we stand behind our work.

When it comes to repairing wood rot in your home, it’s important to choose a solution that will last. Joinery is a better option than bog because it addresses the underlying problem and provides a long-term solution. At Stop The Rot, we’re here to help you with all of your wood rot repair needs. Don’t hesitate to give us a call today!

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