Learn all regarding the key considerations for wood rot and timber repair.
Our 60 minute, CPD UK approved seminar, which includes a practical demonstration, will show the savings and convenience of repairing rather than replacing decayed timber.
The seminar covers issues relating to timber degradation and the repair and maintenance, the cost implications of different methods of repair and highlights the use of flexible epoxy resin products for sustainable and cost-effective repairs. Also covered is how and when new timber should be used. This also includes case studies to demonstrate best practise. Certificates are issued for all attendees.
Check out our dates:
13-04 “Prepare, repair and prevent” Why timber? – North
15-04 “Prepare, repair and prevent” Why timber? – London & South East
19-04 “Prepare, repair and prevent” Why timber? – South West
22-04 “Prepare, repair and prevent” Why timber? – The Home Counties & Anglia
“We, a specialist historic window refurbishment contractor with particular expertise in heritage timber sash and casement window restoration, have consistently used the Repair Care System when restoring timber windows. The products are recognised by architects and specifiers internationally and the support, training and guarantees are the first class. Over 25 years we have breathed new life into countless well-loved historic buildings; and we are proud to be trusted and recommended by the UK’s most respected heritage architects and developers. “
– Gareth Kearney
Topics we cover are:
- Factors Causing Wood Decay
- Repair Vs Replacement
- Epoxy Resin
- Product Development
- External Testing
- Benefits of DRY FLEX®
- Additional Services
Recognition and validity
Our 60 minute seminar is CPD UK approved. Certificates are issued for all attendees.
For 28 years Repair Care has been the first choice in its field for durable joinery repairs. Both public and private sector property owners and managers plus major national heritage organisations have benefited from the quick, easy repairs. These treatments retain as much as possible of the original building and cause minimal disruption to occupants.