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Generally about wood protection.
Sustainable development includes also a wise use of wood and other renewable resources. As trees grow in forests, they sequester huge amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, helping to mitigate climate change. Proper basic protection of wood can significantly extend the life of our wooden products and buildings.Read more
General information about wood pests and how to protect wood from them.
About wood pests
Wood is a natural and renewable material which is subjected to decomposition processes, enabling natural circulation of organic matter. Decomposition of wood is caused by both non-living (abiotic) and living (biotic) decomposers. However, when wood is used for commercial purposes, we want to slow down its decomposition as much as possible.Read more
Wood-boring insects may attack growing trees, wood in storage and even wood already installed and in use. Infestation of installed construction wood (roofing, doors and windows, panelling, flooring, etc.) can be identified by the characteristic pitting on the surface of the wood, the sound produced when tunnels or passages are drilled by the insect larvae, and the wormholes or wood flour under the infested pieces of wood.Read more
Answers to two very common questions.
When and how to protect wood?
When designing a wooden product or building regardless of its intended use, it is important to ensure that wood is adequately structurally protected from precipitation and that water drains away as quickly as possible after each rainfall event. Areas that never or hardly dry out (e.g., between joints of wooden elements) are the greatest risk for fungal infestation of a wooden structure and consequently rotting of wood.Read more
Solutions for the protection of wood exposed to moisture and weather.
Challenges and solutions in wood protection
Climatic conditions in most parts of Slovenia are among the most unfavourable for the use of wood outdoors in Europe. High amounts of precipitation, high humidity and moderate temperatures allow the development and activity of moulds, wood-decay fungi and other pests, which cause distinct discolouration (uneven dark colouring) of wooden elements and, in the worst case, their rapid decay.Read more