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Snoqualmie Dry Rot Repair

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

SFW Construction is the go-to company for top-quality Snoqualmie dry rot repair. Surrounded by lush green trees and mountains, Snoqualmie is a wonderful place to live. However, in addition to the beautiful foliage, the wet climate presents problems such as dry rot to homeowners. Fortunately, SFW Construction is available to assist homeowners in removing this potentially damaging home intruder.

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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

How Dry Rot Can Decay Your Home

Caused by a wood fungus that feeds on moist or damp wood, dry rot can take hold in the healthy wood of your home. Once it does, it begins a long slow process of decay that ends in complete dilapidation of wood surfaces and structures. Dry rot is actually the term for the damage caused by the wood fungus which corrodes healthy wood by devouring the properties that make wood strong and firm and durable. In the end, once the fungus has completely pervaded the wood, what remains is wood that cracks, crumbles and falls apart easily.

What You Can Do to Stop The Spread Of Dry Rot In Your Home

In order to completely resolve the problem of dry rot, the wood fungus that causes it must be eradicated entirely from the wood structures and surfaces of your Snoqualmie home. To do this requires a fairly advanced dry rot removal strategy. If all the microscopic spores that generate the fungus are not removed, it will likely continue and create new areas of wood rot in your Snoqualmie home.

For these reasons, removing dry rot and repairing the wood structures and surfaces in your home is most effectively accomplished by a professional Snoqualmie dry rot repair specialist. SFW Construction is a full-scale general contractor that has conducted dry rot inspection, dry rot repair, and structural restoration work in Snoqualmie for over a decade.

Professional Dry Rot Repair

Often times, dry rot damages the wood in your home so severely that it needs to be repaired. SFW Construction provides a wide array of repair services, including siding repair, roofing, general carpentry, and structural restoration. While we do our best to preserve the existing wood in your home, we are able to provide any kind of home repair or construction work necessary to restore your home to safety and health.

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Wood decay can be a big problem for both new and experienced homeowners but particularly plagues those of us who live in the often damp Pacific Northwest. Despite its colloquial name, dry rot is most often caused by communities of fungi growing in wood with high moisture saturation.