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SFW Construction Specializes In Bellevue Dry Rot Repair Throughout King County, Washington

SFW Construction provides the highest quality Bellevue dry rot service. Dry rot is a menacing problem in the lush city of Bellevue, Washington, where the climate is wet much of the year. Because it feeds on moist wood, the Pacific Northwest is a perfect environment for the wood fungus that causes dry rot in Bellevue homes. Dry rot is potentially very harmful to your home but can be treated and removed completely. SFW Construction LLC provides professional Bellevue dry rot removal and repair services at an affordable cost. Call today for a free consultation!

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3-Step Dry Rot Removal Process

Find The Root Cause

Perform A Targeted Repair

Seal The Exterior

The SFW Construction team is experienced and knowledgeable. We specialize in resolving all your dry rot issues and eliminating your problem from the source. With our targeted repair process we can restore your home’s structural integrity to its pristine condition and provide you with a long-lasting solution. SFW Construction understands the skill, care, and work needed to inspect, locate, and effectively remove and remediate moisture along with making the necessary repairs caused by dry rot. If you do not want the structural support of your property at risk, give our professionals a call we would be glad to help.

Professional Dry Rot Repair Experts

Being a homeowner can be challenging, especially when unexpected problems arise where you need a contractor. If you have not hired a contractor recently, the search can feel time-consuming and daunting. However, before you hire just any contractor or handyman, we recommend doing some research to understand your problem, what the solution entails, and how to pick the right contractor. Picking the right contractor will be well worth all the effort you choose to put into the search as it could save you from having to re-do the project in the future

“These guys came to fix another contractors mess. They did it right! They fixed mold and rot issues. Fast work!”
∼ Casey B., Portland, OR – (12/2022)

“Did a terrific job repairing trim on our home, including difficult work on our chimney. Professional and responsive.”

∼ Yvette B., Portland, OR (09/2022)

“Top of the line contractor. If you want it done right, call them. They have years of experience in the area .”

∼ Devin E.  Portland, OR – (06/2022)

Common Signs Of Dry Rot

Dry rot, also known as wood rot, is a serious problem that can threaten the structural integrity of your home by eating away and deteriorating the wood. While discovering dry rot you may also notice the discoloration of wood surfaces, a dank mildew smell, or areas in your floor that “give” when you walk upon it are all common indications of dry rot in your home.

Dry rot occurs in areas that are subject to excessive moisture including, but not limited to:

  • Areas of your kitchen and bathroom
  • Deck floorboards, ledger, and posts
  • Floor covering, subfloor, and joists
  • Framing around windows and doors
  • Inside posts, beams, joists, and sills
  • Roof shingles, gutters, soffit, and fascia
  • Walls, baseboards, stiles, and rails

What Is Dry Rot?

Dry rot, also known as wood rot, is a state of decay in previously healthy wood that is caused by an aggressive wood fungus that thrives on wet and moist wood. The state of deterioration which marks dry rot depends on the degree to which the wood fungus has invaded the wood it feeds upon. If caught early the problem may be mild, but once the wood rot has completely taken hold of the wood in your Bellevue home it becomes basically worthless, falling apart, cracking and crumbling like sawdust.

Treating Dry Rot

Because the wood fungus that causes dry rot is so destructive, it is essential to identify and remove dry rot before it does too much damage. If left untreated it will deteriorate the wood structures and surfaces in your home, causing dilapidation and decay. Dry rot can invade your home siding, joists, beams, flooring, roof and any wood structures. Having a professional Bellevue dry rot expert inspect your home for dry rot will save you lots of hassle and headache down the road, especially if we are able to catch it before it gets too advanced.

Professional Dry Rot Removal And Home Restoration

SFW Construction LLC is a highly qualified construction company specializing in Bellevue dry rot repair work for homeowners throughout Washington State. As a licensed general contractor we are certified and capable to repair any portion of your home affected by dry rot as well as to address any associated problems caused by dry rot. Wood rot can deteriorate any structure or surface in your Bellevue home—as a full-scale construction company we can handle any associated issues, including home restoration work, siding repair, and roof work.

Signs & Symptoms Of Dry Rot

Dry rot comes from a wood fungus that thrives on moist or wet wood, so common symptoms include changes in the appearance, functionality, and odor of any wood area in your home, both interior and exterior. Common symptoms of dry rot are discoloration in wood or wood that appears to have strange cobweb-like growths or mushrooms on it. A musty, mildew smell is also common, as is uneven areas of flooring that “give” when walked upon.

If you think your home has dry rot, call SFW Construction LLC for a free phone consultation. We also provide cost-effective in-home inspections to assess your home for dry rot. We work with you to develop a plan to rid your home of dry rot and restore its health for you and your family. Call today for a free consultation!

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