Cut out rot
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Single glazed windows are prone to condensation. A single pane of glass is a poor insulator causing water to condense on the glass drippiling down onot the window frame below. Window rot can set in unless the timer is regularly painted.
Window rot is common in period properties. Phellinus contiguus or window rot is a slow growing white rot. It is very rare that any timbers are structurally significant, other than prehaps holding a window pane in place. The rot can normally be cut out, sanded, filled and painted for protection.
Window rot is very common in old properties. It is a slow growing white rot. None of the timbers are structurally significant. The rot can be cut out, sanded, filled and painted for protection.
Window rot should be cut out, sanded, filled and painted for protection.