Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) applies to a very wide range of chemical products used by industry, professionals and the general public throughout the EU. The common factor is that all incorporate biocides in their finished form. Wood preservatives are just one group of products within scope.
Maintaining timber structures properly will prevent future costly repair, by addressing early signs of fungal attack, insect infestation, building movement, overloading, water damage, fissures, fire, and accidental damage.
Joinery timber is used in the manufacture of machined and assembled timber products, which make up the second fix elements of construction distinct from structural and construction timber uses in the first fix. Both softwood and hardwood species are used in joinery.
A popular flooring material for centuries, the range of colours and grain patterns offered by timber provides both decorative and functional value to interiors, as well as warmth, durability, and versatility.
In-situ repairs are necessary when timber components in a structure are no longer safe or serviceable for their intended purpose. They can also restore the appearance, performance, and functionality of timber.