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Edmonds Dry Rot Repair

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SFW Construction Specializes In Edmonds Dry Rot Repair Throughout Snohomish County, Washington

SFW Construction provides Edmonds dry rot repair that holds up relentlessly against the toughest weather. Lush, green landscapes come hand in hand with continuous wet weather that provides a perfect environment for the wood fungus that causes dry rot. Located on the beautiful Puget Sound, Edmonds is a tranquil place to own a home, but can also be a challenging location to deal with wood rot and moisture-related home upkeep. Dry rot is a common problem throughout the Pacific Northwest and Edmonds, Washington. As problematic as it can be, it is also fortunately very treatable.

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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

The Problem Of Dry Rot In Edmonds, Washington

Dry rot is a term that represents various states of decay in wood. It is caused by a fungus that inhabits and feeds on wood that is moist or damp. As a progressive condition, in its early stages, dry rot appears on wood surfaces as a large collection of spores that have a reddish tint. As it progresses into more advanced stages, the spores expand and create growths on wood that may look like cotton or cobwebs. In some instances, dry rot manifests as mushroom-like growths on wood. In either case, dry rot eventually depletes wood of its coherence, makes it crack, crumble and break apart easily.

Dry Rot Can Make Your Edmonds Home Unsafe

Wood rot dilapidates the healthy wood in your Edmonds home, making it unreliable and ineffective to provide a structure, it can also endanger the people living in your home. Dry rot that is left unchecked and unattended to will usually continue to expand and spread throughout whatever moist or damp wood sources it can locate. As it does this it will make your home increasingly inhabitable for you and your family.

Dry Rot Removal Professional

SFW Construction provides Edmonds dry rot repair and removal services that are both dependable and highly effective. We know how to extract all of the wood fungus that causes dry rot, right down to the microscopic spores which must be expunged in order to resolve the spread of dry rot. In addition to expert dry rot removal, we also provide excellent carpentry, home restoration, siding repair and any kind of construction work that your home may need, depending on the extent to which the dry rot has affected your home structure.

Indications Of Dry Rot

There are a few good signs that your home has dry rot: a musty, mildewy smell accompanied by wood that is discolored or appears to have strange growths on it, as well as wood that does not function properly, warps or falls apart. However, if you are unsure of whether or not your Edmonds home has wood rot call SFW Construction for a free phone consultation. If it sounds like you do, we’ll schedule an in-home inspection to take a look with you. If we find evidence of dry rot, SFW Construction works collaboratively with you to determine a cost-effective and manageable way to remove the dry rot, repair your home and provide any necessary restoration work.

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