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    Damp wood due to hole beneath kitchen floor level

    Here are pictures of the entire area I'm working with. The damp on the skirting boards is on both sides of the doorway so decking splashback seems to be the likely culprit here? I've cut two pieces of the rotten decking to get a view underneath. Looks like some membrane is covering beams...
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    Damp wood due to hole beneath kitchen floor level

    Sorry for delay - weekend was busy so only got time to look at this for limited time after work. Ive attempted to remove the decking but that is a challenge in itself in finding the screws and then removing them (a lot are stripped). I've managed to get the raised board that was next to the...
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    Damp wood due to hole beneath kitchen floor level

    Pics of the outside of the door frame attached. Thanks for details list of tasks for proper job. For point 2 the flooring is tiles.
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    Damp wood due to hole beneath kitchen floor level

    Thanks for reply. There is no plumbing that side of the kitchen on pic the left side of the corner isnt as damp as the right. I think the water is rain water coming from the outside. I've attached screenshots of a video taken from the boriscope going down the hole on the right but the quality...
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    Damp wood due to hole beneath kitchen floor level

    Hi all, I bought a mid 80's house and have occasionally found woodlice (and odd slug) in kitchen. I noticed the skirting boards next to the kitchen door were blackening & soft (30% on reader). Suspecting they were the attraction for the insects I've removed them to reveal the underlying plaster...
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