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SFW Construction Specializes In Bothell Dry Rot Repair Throughout King County, Washington
SFW Construction is the number one rated Bothell dry rot repair service. Dry rot is a prevalent and annoying problem in the Pacific Northwest, where Bothell homeowners must contend with a wet rainy climate that favors fungus. Alongside the lush green beauty that attracts people to live in Bothell, Washington comes to challenges imposed by a virtual rainforest climate. Dry rot is a persistent problem best addressed by trained professionals. SFW Construction has years of successful experience with Bothell dry rot repair and home restoration services. Call today for a free consultation!
How Dry Rot Damages Your Bothell Home
Dry rot is caused by a wood fungus that feeds on healthy wood that is moist or damp. The fungus actually devours the component of wood that makes it cohesive, strong and firm. Once the fungus has eaten away at the wood in your Bothell home, the once healthy wood begins to rot, dilapidate, crumble and fall apart. Obviously, wood in such a condition presents significant dangers to the structure and functionality of your home.
Skilled & Professional Dry Rot Removal Service
SFW Construction will address and resolve the pernicious problem of dry rot in your Bothell home. As an experienced and highly successful dry rot repair expert, we are able to remove all the wood-rot fungus, right down to the tiny spores from which it is born, so that your Bothell home becomes safe and healthy again. As a general contractor and established construction company, we are able to provide any structural restoration work your home may need as a result of the dry rot. We specialize in siding repair, home renovation, and roofing work.
Why It Is Important To Address And Eradicate Dry Rot From Your Bothell Home
You may think that dry rot is nothing much to worry about or that your home is tough enough to withstand a little fungus. The problem is that the fungus that causes dry rot is incessant and progressive. It doesn’t just invade and decay one area of wood then die out—it spreads continuously through any and all sources of damp or moist wood it can locate. While your dry rot problem may not be terrible today, it can expand tremendously over the course of a few years. Nipping it in the bud, so to speak, is really the most effective and cost-efficient way to confront this very common problem.