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Question:


The north side of my 28 year old pine log home needs at least 50' of logs replaced. I typically replace the outer side of the logs only. Other logs are not so bad and I have been using a combination of liquid epoxy and impel rods to arrest the rot. My question is when is it time to replace a log rather than try to save it. Also, can epoxy sealers go hand and hand with impel rods and boricide?

Answer:

Any timethere is rot you should get it replaced. You can never completely stop the rot with boratesand impel rods.

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