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Archers Specialist Treatments
Winters Farm
North Green Common Road
Wivelsfield Green
Near Haywards Heath
West Sussex
RH17 7RJ

Email: info@archertreatments.com

Call us today on 01444 471090 (select option 1), or call Paul on mobile: 07808 061617

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Archers have for many years carried out epoxy resin repairs on timbers that are required to be retained on many listed and oak framed buildings. This is because they are waterproof and do not rot, have a high mechanical strength (being stronger than the original timber) and are resistant to chemical attack.

Typically these repairs have been carried out on: beam ends and bowed or cracked joists or beams. Epoxy resin repairs are also excellent for bonding timbers, repairing timbers that have deteriorated due to fungal decay or insect infestations and for filling cracks.

Another advantage of using epoxy repairs is that the resin can match the original wood, which is important where the original timber profile needs to be retained and is therefore the perfect product for restorations.

Call us now to arrange a detailed survey and report.


Top images (1 to 2): "Try Shores" supporting the first floor structure of a timber framed shop in East Sussex whilst epoxy wood resin repairs are in progress on the timber supports. Archers were able to mould an ornate shoe detail using Trimol 36 Epoxy grout and epoxy glass pultruded reinforcement rods.

Bottom images (3 to 5): Archers carried out epoxy resin repairs on a timber framed Grade 1 listed building in West Sussex (the window head was repaired insitu and in accordance with the local authority conservation officer). Archers discovered that the timber had been previously repaired with sand and cement! Images show the old and inappropiate repair removed, the Form work erected and the repair complete and made good to match the existing timber structure.