Belmont Wood Rot Repair Professional2023-05-09T10:57:20-07:00

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We Are The Most Experienced Wood Rot Contractor In The Boston Area

You’ve been noticing some spots on the wood around your house and you’re not sure what they are. You’re worried that they might be signs of wood rot, and if that’s the case, you don’t know what to do about it!

Get the job done right the first time.

Whether you’re dealing with a little bit of damage or severe wood rot, SFW Construction has the experience and expertise to get the job done right. Contact us today for a free consultation!

Wood rot repair that’s fast, easy, and affordable.

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Our team of experts specialize in Belmont wood rot repairs and can have your home looking good as new in no time. We understand the importance of a properly fixed and waterproofed structure, so you can rest assured knowing your home is safe from the rain.

Real-Life Wood Rot: See The Damage For Yourself

3-Step Wood Rot Removal Process

Find The Root Cause

Perform A Targeted Repair

Seal The Exterior

If you’re having wood rot issues, call SFW Construction ASAP! Our experienced team is knowledgeable and ready to restore your home’s structural integrity in the blink of an eye. With our tailored repair process, we can eliminate pesky moisture problems and provide a long-lasting solution – so don’t wait around until it gets worse… give us a call  today for superior protection against wood rot damage!

Professional Wood Rot Repair Experts

Being a homeowner can be a real adventure, but sometimes unexpected problems pop up that require a contractor. Searching for the right one can feel overwhelming, but don’t let that discourage you! Before you hire anyone, do your research to understand the problem, the solution, and how to pick the perfect contractor. It may take a little extra effort, but trust us, it’ll be worth it in the end. You’ll be glad you did your due diligence, and you’ll avoid any costly re-dos in the future.

“SFW Construction did an EXCELLENT job. We are very happy with the finished product, and I would recommend them to anyone!”

Rachel T., Lynn, MA (12/2022)

“They were great! Provided daily reports with pictures and answered questions. A delight to work with and I plan to use them again.”

Bobby, Andover, MA (12/2022)

“Did a fantastic job at repairing my badly deteriorating wall. Incredibly professional and a pleasure to work with.”

Emily B., Boston, MA (10/2022)

Prevent Dangerous Wood Rot Damage

Don’t let wood rot eat away at your home’s foundation! Keep an eye out for discolored wood, a musty smell, and floorboards that give when you walk on them. These are all signs of wood rot.

It’s common in areas exposed to moisture like:

  • Framing around windows and doors
  • Roofing and siding
  • Decks, ledgers, deck railings, and deck stairs
  • Floor coverings, subfloor, and joists
  • Posts, beams, and rafters

Don’t let it spread, address it quickly to protect the structural integrity of your home.

How Wood Rot Invades And Corrodes Home

Breaking news: wood rot is on the rise in New England homes! These fungal spores thrive in damp environments and can weaken wooden structures. Check your home for discoloration, musty smells, and any other signs of wood rot before it’s too late. If you haven’t checked recently make sure you examine your home for any fungal foes before things get too rotten…literally!

Nothing ruins a home faster than wood rot. Think your house might be in its grip? Don’t fear, SFW Construction is here! With over 15 years experience removing damage from this pesky fungus — not to mention providing structural restoration for peace of mind — you can trust that they’ll have everything back looking just fine.

Recognizing wood rot – signs to watch for:

  • A mildew-like or musty odor around wooden areas
  • Floors or wood surfaces that are darker than usual or discolored
  • Flooring with areas that become concave, “give” or squeak when walked upon
  • Wood surfaces or structures are shrinking or cracked
  • Wood surfaces or structure are softer than normal or seem to be loose
  • Cobweb, cotton or mushroom-like growths appear on wood surfaces
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