Hidden Beam Ends Repair
If the ends of your beams seem out of sight, it’s probably because they’re inserted into another timber or located in the attic or basement. It’s easy to forget about them and assume that they’re fine because the main part of the timber looks alright, but the ends of the beams are just as vital as the rest, and they need to be cared for.
Preserving Timber during Resin Repair
Resin timber repair is one of the best ways to fix broken structural points such as beam ends in a building. Beam ends embedded in masonry walls but degraded by fungal decay and insect infestation can be repaired using a timber splice resin bonded with reinforcement rods. You don’t have to replace the entire timber; once the rotten end of the wood is tidied, an epoxy resin can be used to create a new end for the beam.