Dry Rot typically occurs when wood is on or in contact with wet brick work. It is rarely found on exposed timbers where fluctuating conditions are likely (eg, well ventilated sub-floors and roofing timbers). Strands can transport moisture from damp areas, allowing spread of fungus to uncontaminated timbers in unventilated conditions. An indication of an outbreak of Dry Rot is a fruit-body.
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